Time to Get Tough

Time to Get Tough

Making America Great Again!

Book - 2015
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A New York Times bestseller!

For the first time in his own words, President-elect Donald J. Trump explains his plan to make America great again! He wants to "put America's interests first--and that means doing what's right for our economy, our national security, and our public safety."

Throughout the 2016 campaign, Trump conjured images of American strength and culture when small towns boomed with industry, mom and pop shops bustled, and people said, "Merry Christmas!"

The media scoffed at Trump's vision and the people who supported him; they were blinded by the Clinton machine. But their eyes were opened after Trump won 62 million votes and the Oval Office. Even Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan said, "Donald Trump heard a voice in this country that no one else heard." As Trump says in Time to Get Tough , "I've built businesses across the globe. I've dealt with foreign leaders. I've created tens of thousands of American jobs. My whole life has been about executing deals and making real money--massive money. That's what I do for a living: make big things happen..."

Trump is about to make the biggest deals of his life, and he's going to make them for America! From reversing lax immigration policies to eliminating regulations that restrict small businesses, Donald Trump understands that America "doesn't need cowardice, it needs courage."

President Elect Trump is about to "Make America Great Again" and Time to Get Tough is his blueprint!
Publisher: Washington, DC : Regnery Publishing, a division of Salem Media Group, [2015]
Copyright Date: ©2011
ISBN: 9781621574958
1621574954
Characteristics: 216 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : color illustrations ; 21 cm

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JihadiConservative
Feb 21, 2016

Make America Great Again!

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GlenAbbeyWarrior
Aug 20, 2015

For those who say that Trump is short on substance, read this book. In it, he advocates placing a 25% tariff on Chinese exports until they stop manipulating their currency. Considering the U.S. trade deficit with China is $300 billion dollars annually while total U.S. debt is $16 trillion, that's some serious money that can be saved. Other policies include eliminating the corporate tax rate (or reducing it to 0%) and finally building a three-level wall with Mexico. A good read from quite possibly the next POTUS.

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anders0814
Jul 23, 2015

Donald Trump is a very smart man - I've read about 4 books by him. This isn't my favorite book written by him but he is very informative and very clearly explains the world's major issues and how he would deal with them. Most certainly worth your while to read this book!

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msemos
Jul 06, 2015

since mr. trump is running for president I thought it important to read him. I was wrong. he spends his time telling us that only he is smart and tough enough to deal with arabs and Chinese. he claims jfk as an ally in reducing tax rates. of course when jfk was president the top tax rate for an individual was 90%. at any rate, this book isn't worth reading

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angelflyer
Jan 20, 2016

This blog had a good summary of this book: Saturday, July 4, 2015 With All The Criticism, ​What Do We Really Know About Trump's Plan For America? The Horse Sense Blog compares the nonsense in today's news with good ol' fashioned horse sense.
Here's the Nonsense: Donald Trump is too outspoken, flamboyant, irreverent, and has hair ​that I hate for me ​ to consider him as a serious candidate for president. We need to force him out of the race immediately.
Here's the Horse Sense: Trump may be all of those things, but speaking your mind has historically been something Americans take pride in. We need to know more about his plans for America before we make a decision about him. And as for his hair, if you judge people based on their hair, weight, ​skin color, the way they dress, or anything else that says nothing about their character or ability, then you need to look in a mirror to see the real fool. . . http://www.horsesenseblog.com/2015/07/with-all-criticism-what-do-we-really.html

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