Despite being shoved aside by establishment Republicans who claim that he is not welcome in the party any longer, President Donald Trump remains the absolute most popular person in the organization. It is not hard to figure out why. He did what he said he would, and put the American people first.
That’s why we elected him.
As the group met in Palm Beach, Sen. Rick Scott, a former Florida governor, presented the award to Trump for appointing three justices to the Supreme Court, cutting middle-class taxes, and securing the southern border, the NRSC said in a release.
It said the honor recognizes “conservative leaders who have worked tirelessly to create good jobs, protect the values that make our country great, and stop the Democrats’ socialist agenda.”
“President Trump is a proven champion for all Americans,” said Scott, the NRSC chairman.
“Throughout his administration, he made clear his commitment to getting government out of the way of people’s success, paving the way for American families and job creators to reach new heights. President Trump fought for American workers, secured the border, and protected our constitutional rights,” he said.
And for that reason, he is very popular with the people.
Those who have been in the swamp of Washington, D.C., though, are not at all fond of him, and Rep. Liz Cheney insists President Trump will have no place in the party in the future. Many Senators, actually, turned their backs on him when he needed them, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who the president called “a dumb son of a bitch” over the weekend as Republican fundraisers were held at his Mar-A-Lago club in Palm Beach.
This could make the coming months rather entertaining on the talk show circuits.