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“The Best is yet to Come,” Trump Releases End of Year Statement to America

"As long as we remain loyal to our nation, devoted to our citizens, and faithful to Almighty God, we know that the best is yes to come."


President Donald Trump is a true leader that all Americans should be proud of as their president.

He never stops fighting for this country, and he never will.

Joe Biden has done nothing but offer up doom and gloom to the American people, recently claiming that “our darkest days are ahead of us.”

Meanwhile, President Trump just offered up a more positive outlook to the American people in a statement recorded at the White House.

President Trump acknowleded the victories achieved by Operation Warp Speed, and touted the American spirit during the China virus pandemic.

President Trump ended his end of the year speech on a very positive note:

“As long as we remain loyal to our nation, devoted to our citizens, and faithful to Almighty God, we know that the best is yes to come. God bless you, and God bless America.”

The Daily Caller has more on President Trump's New Year's message to Americans, including praise for Operation Warp Speed:

President Donald Trump, shortly after returning Thursday to the White House, tweeted a video touting Operation Warp Speed and accomplishments from the past year.

“Over and over again we were told it would be impossible to deliver a vaccine by the end of the year,” the president says in the video, published less than 15 minutes after he arrived back at the White House. “We did it long before the end of the year. They said it would take a medical miracle and that’s exactly what it is.”

Trump claimed that “years from now” people would still be talking about “this great thing with the vaccines.”

While President Trump has offered Americans hope, Joe Biden has done the opposite.

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Biden is already prepping excuses for his own possible presidency, by telling us that our darkest days are ahead.

Fox News has more on that:

President-elect Joe Biden spoke frankly in a rare address on the bleak reality of COVID-19 in the U.S., telling Americans "Our darkest days…are ahead of us, not behind us," during remarks on Tuesday.

"One thing I promise you about my leadership during this crisis: I'm going to tell it to you straight. I'm going to tell you the truth. And here's the simple truth: Our darkest days in the battle against COVID are ahead of us, not behind us," Biden said.

The president-elect said that even with the first round of vaccine distribution underway, the virus remains a threat and the death rate, hovering around 3,000 Americans a day, is not expected to decrease any time soon.

He reminded people that they need to take the virus seriously and continue to wear masks, remain socially distant and avoid indoor gatherings.

"We need to prepare ourselves, to steel our spines," the President-elect continued. "As frustrating as it is to hear, it's going to take patience, persistence and determination to beat this virus. There will be no time to waste in taking the steps we need to turn this crisis around."

Biden’s words, urging Americans to address the virus in a bipartisan manner, come just one day after Congress passed the long awaited stimulus package to aid people and small businesses struggling in the staggering economy.

Over 18.2 million Americans have already contracted the virus, which has left more than 322,000 dead.

Reviews have been mixed after Congress passed the $900 billion relief package they have been debating for months.

Some believe the package not only doesn’t do enough to help people struggling now, but also wont last long enough, with several measures set to expire in March -- including the $284 billion portion allotted for Paycheck Protection Program.

Each American who makes less than $75,000 can also expect to receive half of the original stimulus checks distributed last spring, granting $600 to adults and an additional $600 per child – though the figure goes down incrementally depending on higher income rates.

States and local governments have not been allotted any stimulus funding, despites pleas from local government officials. However, schools, childcare, transit and vaccination distribution were granted federal assistance, helping localities.

Of course, Joe Biden gave a different message to the American people on Christmas Day.

As usual, Biden can't keep his lies or his brain in check.


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