Taking credit when it’s not due
When we have the most productive and certainly the most intelligent presidential administration since well before George Washington, it’s time that credit was given where it’s due.
President Trump is tired of others getting recognition for his work and he’s doing something about it.
During a recent visit to Calexico, which is on the border of California and Mexico, Trump used the opportunity to remind Americans that he was keeping his promise to build a border wall high enough to keep pregnant mothers from climbing and with metal slats narrow enough to keep small children from squeezing through.
It is what immigration officials refer to as an engineering marvel rivaling the Appian Way and the Rubik’s Cube.
In recognition of this achievement, the administration had a plaque mounted on the wall which gave Trump credit for its construction. That, in itself, was pretty remarkable since this $18 million section of fence was scheduled for replacement in 2009.
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