For far too long, Americans were sold out by leaders who chose serving the global elites over We the People. Globalists seek power for the ultra wealthy of all nations rather than supporting the ideals of a constitutional republic like the United States. Donald Trump ran for president saying he would always put the needs of American citizens first. He reiterated this promise in his famous 2017 speech in Poland and again in multiple addresses at the United Nations. His promise gave a voice to the sentiments of Americans everywhere who were tired of seeing their own elected officials work for global elites rather than them.
President Trump did not need the money and power of the globalists. He was already independently wealthy and powerful. His name was known throughout the globe. He chose to work for We the People instead. He checked the power of the UN, dropped out of the Paris Climate Agreement, stopped bad multilateral deals, and defunded the corrupt World Health Organization. Ever the dealmaker, President Trump pointed out that America was paying far more than her fair share of dues to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. After putting pressure on NATO and refusing to budge, they eventually caved by announcing a plan to make more nations pay more dues. Clearly, President Trump can’t be bought by the allures of globalism.
As his ultimate response to globalism, Donald Trump stands up to the Chinese communists, who have tried to use globalism as a means to destroy our way of life. They do not simply steal our jobs. They actively steal American intellectual property with impunity. Any president who would hold “Americanism” as his credo would have to push back against China’s abuses. Sure enough, President Trump used strategic tariffs to pressure China into curbing their unfair practices. Even when he was attacked by people in both parties as well as by China, Trump didn’t back down. It didn’t take long before the Chinese globalists were forced to come to the table.
Donald Trump stands in the shoes of George Washington, who made clear that the greatest service to the world is a strong America.