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WINNING: Trump Enjoys Victory in Epic Week

North Korea negotiations, ISIS collapsing, approvals skyrocketing, Democrats' 2018 hopes falling - all led to a great week for the president.

By NTK Staff | 05.11.2018 @4:00pm
WINNING: Trump Enjoys Victory in Epic Week

President Trump may have enjoyed the most successful week of his presidency this week, scoring win after win for the United States and the Republican Party.

From his successful North Korean diplomacy to collapsing Democratic advantages in polls around the country, success dominated the headlines of the country.

Here’s what the United States accomplished, under Trump’s leadership, this week.

Monday:

  • The city of Jerusalem posted the first road sign for the coming U.S. embassy.

Tuesday:

  • Trump fulfilled a major campaign promise and withdraws the United States from the Iran nuclear deal.
  • The GOP avoided a major self-inflicted wound by defeating the primary campaign of convicted felon Don Blankenship.

Wednesday:

  • The New York Times reported that the U.S. military, set loose by President Trump, captures 5 members of ISIS high command.
  • In a CNN poll, Democrats’ lead on the generic ballot shrank from 16 points to a three-point difference, signaling momentum for Republicans heading into election season.
  • A Department of Labor report showed that there are nearly enough open jobs in the country for every American who wants one.

Thursday:

  • In the wee hours of the morning, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo returned to the United States with three Americans formerly held hostage in North Korea. The president greeted them at Joint Base Andrews.
  • Trump announced the time and date of his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The two leaders will meet in Singapore on June 12th.

Despite all the wins the Trump administration is putting on the board, the Mueller investigation continues to loom large over the White House. And news regarding the president’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, continues to be negative.

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