Weekly Wrap-Up

Will Hillary run again in 2020? We can’t trust her answer to this question, but Hillary still wants to be President – maybe she thinks the third time will be a charm.

President Trump, of course, loves the idea of a rematch against Hillary. I can see his campaign slogan now: “Make Hillary Lose Again!”

What would be the craziest part about a Hillary 2020 presidential campaign? That’s the first question in our new Weekly Poll – and I think the word “craziest” gives us a lot of leeway in the answers.

Marc Molinaro and Chele Farley both picked up key endorsements this week from the New York Post, as Andrew Cuomo continues to chicken out. 

For the midterm elections, the question for voters should be: “Are you better off than you were two years ago?”  Knowing the answer for most Americans is a resounding YES, the Democrats are sinking deeper into the gutter as they try to take back the U.S. House of Representatives. 

Perry Gershon’s despicable mailer attacking conservative Lee Zeldin is the most recent example – make no mistake, it’s Democrats who are the extremists… and the media are their enablers.

Once all the votes are counted, President Trump will still have a job to do, no matter who controls Congress.  Taxes, the economy, health care and a host of other issues will be in play. What do you think President Trump’s top priority should be after the midterm elections? That’s the second question in our new Weekly Poll.

With the migrant caravan – a foreign-financed, leftist-led violation of U.S. sovereignty – charging our border, immigration will have to be a major post-election focus for the Trump Administration.

Fortunately, we have a President who is not afraid to tackle this issue, as we saw in this week’s new debate over birthright citizenship.

According to one expert, “The president is correct when he says that the 14th Amendment to the Constitution does not require universal birthright citizenship.”  And as I said this week, we are the best and most generous country in the entire world, and if we want to continue that we have to have control of who’s coming into our nation.

There are many reasons why birthright citizenship is problematic – it’s open to abuse, it makes a mockery of our system of legal immigration… the list goes on.

I’ll make this the third question in our new Weekly Poll: What do you believe is the WORST aspect of birthright citizenship? I look forward to your answers.

Have a great weekend – and remember to vote Line C on Tuesday!