REPORT: Team Trump Set To Slash Federal Budget – Give Money Back To The People

Donald Trump has been, and remains, a businessman. Winning the presidency will not change that.

And so, with that in mind, it should come as no surprise to his supporters and detractors alike that Team Trump is working feverishly on soon slashing the bloated and deficit-belching federal budget, cutting taxes, and giving more of the American peoples’ money back to them.


“Donald Trump is ready to take an ax to government spending.

Staffers for the Trump transition team have been meeting with career staff at the White House ahead of Friday’s presidential inauguration to outline their plans for shrinking the federal bureaucracy, The Hill has learned.

…The changes they propose are dramatic…Overall, the blueprint being used by Trump’s team would reduce federal spending by $10.5 trillion over 10 years.

The proposed cuts hew closely to a blueprint published last year by the conservative Heritage Foundation, a think tank that has helped staff the Trump transition.”


Team Trump will no doubt face significant opposition to the administration’s planned cuts as they are a direct threat to the entrenched Establishment feeding trough that has long benefited both parties. As president, Trump will no doubt attempt to combat that opposition with sweeping tax cuts designed to create millions of jobs and direct more money back to the American taxpayer, making opposition to his economic reforms a potentially risky proposition for legislators facing 2018 Midterm Elections and fearing millions of Republican Trump voters who will be more than happy to hold them accountable.

The battle for America is on – and Donald Trump has already come out swinging.


FINAL WEEKEND: Team Trump Makes Play For Democrat Stronghold Of Minnesota!

Donald Trump wants to win on Tuesday – but what he would really like is for it to be a landslide victory.

A slew of just-released public polls has the campaign feeling hopeful, though apparently it is various state-to-state internal polls that really has the Trump campaign thinking something very special might take place on Election Day and that have the campaign making stops at a number of traditionally Democrat-leaning states as the long race for the White House comes to a close.


The flurry of Trump activity in those blue states comes after a month where campaign manager Kellyanne Conway noted how a personal appearance in a state by Donald Trump had a significant ripple effect boosting Trump’s standing in that state far beyond was is typical for political candidate. It is that ripple effect that pushed Trump to victory during the GOP primaries despite hundreds of millions of anti-Trump advertising dollars being spent against him.

The more people both see and hear Donald Trump, the more they like him.

That is in stark contrast to Hillary Clinton, who, when she steps out of the carefully crafted and controlled campaign bubble for a public appearance, often leaves voters less inclined to support her.

The more people both see and hear Hillary Clinton, the less they like her.

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Trump has his own remarkable personal appeal to millions of voters.

Hillary Clinton has the multi-billion dollar political machine working to elect her.

On Tuesday, America will get to see if the people, or the machine, emerge victorious.


Trump Rocks Clinton Machine With Epic Second Debate Throwdown

Even before the debate was formally started, Donald Trump was pushing back HARD against the sleazy tactics of the Clinton Machine that culminated in days of exaggerated outrage by establishment politicians and media over an eleven-year-old audio recording that captured brief locker-room styled banter between Donald Trump and then Access Hollywood host, Billy Bush.

While apologizing for his words, Trump pointed to four women – all victims of Bill and Hillary Clinton’s attacks against them, and reminded the nation of the Clintons’ actions that have long brutalized women.


It was the first time former Bill Clinton and would-be president Hillary Clinton, had to sit in the same room with some of their victims of the past. The media has purposely ignored their stories, even as some politicians have held up the Clintons as the paragon of virtue and values.

Donald Trump was willing to allow these same women, these survivors, an opportunity to remind older voters, and introduce a new generation of voters, of the abusive legacy that has long been a foundation of the Clinton Machine.

After getting through an initially awkward fifteen minutes of having to acknowledge and apologize for the hot mic moment of eleven years ago, Trump initiated a powerful pivot to the real concerns now facing America, and soundly defeated Hillary Clinton both on substance and sincerity.

By the last third of the debate, Clinton sat hunched over in her chair, looking tired, fighting back a cough, and clearly wanting to be off the debate stage as quickly as possible. It was a stark contrast to Donald Trump, who seemed to gain energy as the debate progressed, even as he found himself taking on not only Hillary Clinton, but the two blatantly biased debate moderators as well. By the debate’s conclusion, the New York billionaire had swatted away his debate forum detractors, and emerged the undeniable winner, leaving even some of his many media detractors, marveling over Mr. Trump’s tenacity and ability to come back from what would have been a political death blow to a lesser candidate. Some likened Trump to Rocky Balboa, a man who is able to take a devastating amount of damage, and yet somehow grows stronger by it, and comes back swinging.

It was a fascinating, remarkable, and powerful performance from a man who has transitioned from private businessman to politician just sixteen months earlier, and since that time, has shaken up the entirety of the political and media establishments in America and beyond. There can be no doubt Donald Trump is a fighter the likes of which has never been seen in the modern era of American politics. More and more voters are now wondering, hoping, that he might be the one to fight just as hard for the people of this country.


Team Trump Just Released The Best Campaign Ad So Far… (VIDEO)

Brilliantly upbeat, while also reminding voters of Hillary and Bill’s sordid past.

Best campaign ad so far, and the timing makes it even that much more impressive.

Just six weeks to go until Election Day!