Trump Represents Americans Suffering from the Failed Policies of Career Politicians
WASHINGTON, D.C. /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Former presidential candidate Gary Bauer, chairman of the Campaign for Working Families, observed that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump “accomplished his main goals last night. He stood on the debate stage with a career politician who has been in Washington for decades. He voiced the anxiety of American workers who feel as though they are staring into an economic abyss. And Trump repeatedly pointed out that Hillary Clinton has virtually no accomplishments.
“Hillary Clinton was at the center of the chaos that led to the Iranian nuclear deal, deteriorating conditions in theMiddle East, worsening race relations here at home and the gutting of America’s manufacturing base. Trump reminded voters watching at home that Hillary Clinton has sat in Washington, D.C., like it was a luxurious hot tub, raking in millions of dollars trading off her celebrity, while hard-working Americans suffered.
“Voters who want real change this election will not get it from a career politicians like Hillary Clinton,” said Bauer.
Bauer served all 8 years of the Reagan Administration, as under secretary of education and as President Reagan’s chief domestic policy advisor, later running in the 2000 Republican presidential primaries. TheGuardian called Bauer “one of the leading campaigners in the U.S. on pro-life and pro-traditional family issues.” Bauer is available for satellite interview via a VideoLink ReadyCam studio. To book call VLGuru.com at 617-340-4100 or 571-244-6324.
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EDITORS NOTE: The featured image is of Donald Trump supporters, from left to right: Susan Bates, Royce Barnes, Sabrina Kim, Maya Brudnay, and Arthur Robertson. (Photographs by Michelle Frankfurter, Ricky Rhodes, and Josh Ritchie)
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