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Trump Lists 14 Things He’ll Do if Republicans Hold the House and Senate

By Craig Bannister | October 19, 2018 | 1:27pm EDT
Pres. Donald Trump (Screenshot)

On Thursday, President Donald Trump rattled off a list of 14 he plans to do – if Republicans hold on to control of both the House and Senate as a result of November’s midterm elections.

Speaking at a rally in Montana, Trump listed, in rapid order, more than two dozen goals – half of them immigration-related – with continued majorities in both houses of Congress.

“If you vote to elect a Republican House and a Republican Senate, we will”:

  1. “Continue to cut your taxes,”
  2. Cut your regulations,”
  3. “Raise your income,“
  4. “Make our country great again,”
  5. “Protect Medicare and Social Security,”
  6. “Continue confirming judges who interpret the Constitution as written,”
  7. “Fully secure the border,”
  8. “Pass Kate’s law,”
  9. “Stop sanctuary cities,”
  10. “Stop catch-and-lease,”
  11. “End the visa lottery,“
  12. “End chain migration,”
  13. “Keep the criminal drug dealers and terrorists the hell out of our country,” and
  14. “Lift millions of our citizens from welfare to work, dependence to independence, and from poverty to prosperity.”

 

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