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Friday, January 4, 2019

BRILLIANT: Tom Wood's On What Trump Should Do

The latest Tom Woods episode is titled, "Tump's Mistakes," and Tom does analyze many mistakes but far beyond that, it is a brilliant roadmap of what President Trump should do to build his following.

We need to get this to Trump. If he listens to it and does not immediately offer Tom the position of campaign manager for the 2020 election, he really is a total fool.

The episode is 25 minutes and 51 seconds long, listen to it now or bookmark and it to listen to it when you have time. But it is epic advice for Trump.


-RW 

2 comments:

  1. Four ways to get "On What Trump Should Do" into Trump's hands:

    Get a transcript of the show made and FedEx it to: (FedEx letters are viewed as more important than regular first class mail)

    1. Jay Sekulow who is one of the president's attorney's in the Russia investigation

    American Center for Law and Justice
    P.O. Box 90555, Washington, DC 20090-0555

    2. Donald Trump Jr.

    The Trump Organization, LLC
    725 Fifth Avenue
    New York, New York 10022

    3. Trump is only following 45 people on Twitter

    Tweet the audio link to all of those 45 people and try to get them talking about it.

    4. Send it to Brad Parscale who is the head of Trump's 2020 campaign

    Brad Parscale
    Donald J. Trump for President, Inc
    725 Fifth Avenue
    New York, New York 10022

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  2. I don't understand why professor Tom Woods even bothers with giving the New York confidence man any advice. He just repeated that crass lie that China is "paying billions in tariffs" (tariffs are a tax on consumers, not countries nor sellers) during the news conference in progress. He also just insinuated that he will simply take private citizens' land along the border under the guise of national security. So muchbfor respect for property rights. He repeated the lie that through the new trade deal, Mexico is "paying for the wall" because billions in additional income or something will be raked in. Never mind that this trade deal hasn't been ratified. He simply wants us to assume that trade deals pay for things.

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