President Trump Seeks to Win Reelection This November

Trump Crossfire


Evan Vucci

Trump walks out of his aircraft into his abundant crowd of supporters for his first rally after coronavirus.

Roman Nalder, Staff Writer

    President Donald J. Trump is seeking to win reelection after his outstanding last four years as the President of the United States of America. President Trump has faced many highs and lows, such as building the greatest economy our country has seen and battling COVID-19. Trump has shown exactly why we need to keep a President who is a strong maverick for another four years in office. Trump’s plan from day one was to “Make America Great Again,” Trump has delivered on that promise to the American people. During his administration he created almost four million jobs, posted the lowest unemployment rate recorded, reformed Medicare programs, created the United States Space Force, and imposed tariffs on foreign countries, specifically China, to stop the United States from being bullied in trades. This is only scratching the surface of Trump’s numerous great accomplishments during his first term as President. 


     This year Trump has been faced with one of the worst global crises of our generation, COVID-19. Trump originally attempted and eventually put a travel ban from China, but the Democrats avoided taking immediate action in approving Trump’s travel ban in February. Trump throughout these uncertain times has preserved and led us back to where we were economically pre-pandemic. When the pandemic struck, our stock markets crashed, but since May of 2020, with the help of Trump opening the economy back up, there has been an upward trajectory in all of our stock markets. No President in the history of the United States has been able to restore the economy and millions of jobs in a span of five months to people who suffered tragic financial loss.


     Trump is running against Democratic nominee, former Vice President, Joseph R. Biden. Trump is by far the better candidate for the American people. Some American’s may disagree and believe our president is a racist, queerphobic, sexist, and narcissistic person — this is false. Trump is not a racist. In fact he has continuously stated that he is against neo nazis and white supremist groups such as the KKK. If Trump was truly a racist then why has our country during his first four years seen the lowest unemployment rate by minorities such as African, Hispanic, and Asain Americans? Under Trump, African American unemployment hit a record low 5.5%, Hispanic Americans hit 4.2%, and Asian Americans hit an all time record low of 2.1%. People may have thought Trump was supporting white supremist groups during the first presidential debate but this is also false. Trump was trying to condemn the terrorist organization Antifa but first he had to address white supremist groups to not add to the chaos that Antifa has been causing nationwide by rioting, arsoning, and looting in primarily Democratic cities during the Black Lives Matter movements.   


     If any candidate in this election is racist it is Biden. Biden has stated on the radio show, The Breakfast Club, “If you have a problem figuring out whether you are for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.” Biden has also stated at an event with mostly Asian and Hispanic voters, “Poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids.” Biden clearly does not want to help the minorities of this country — he is using race as political propaganda. In his forty seven years in politics, Biden was originally against the desegregation of public schools, he even stated that he did not want his children growing up in a “racial jungle”. Biden also drafted the 1994 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act which has been notorious for the mass incarceration of African Americans into the prison system. 


     Trump does not care if you are Black, White, Hispanic, Asian, Gay or Straight, Trump cares for the success of this country and its people. Trump is a president for the people. Everyone is entitled to their own beliefs and political ideals: but at the end of the day we are all American’s no matter our race, religion, or sexual orientation. This is why I highly support President Trump, and I encourage any Poway High School voter to make their voice heard this election and Vote for Trump.