On Monday, President Donald Trump will face a national gathering of Americans who are grappling with the mental health crisis and how to heal the nation.
But his top adviser, Kellyanne Conway, is making a strong case for him to be the next leader of the free world.
“President Trump is an advocate for the American people, who have suffered the loss of so much,” Conway said in an interview with The New York Times.
“And what we’re hearing from Americans, I think, is that he is the person who is going to get the job done.”
It is no secret that Trump is a strong advocate for American interests, and his campaign platform is a long list of economic and national security proposals that have been the cornerstone of his agenda.
It is also no secret he has a strong affinity for Conway.
In January, Conway said on her radio show that Trump was “the most talented person ever to run for president” and “the kind of guy who gets you to be who you are.”
Trump has been a staunch advocate of the Republican Party and its conservative wing, even when it comes with the clear goal of undermining it.
During the 2016 election cycle, Trump had been a vocal supporter of Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor and 2012 Republican nominee who lost the election.
Trump also publicly called for a ban on Muslims entering the U.S. in 2016.
He was also an early supporter of the Trump Organization and other businesses that were hit by the Great Recession, including hotels, casinos and restaurants.
Conway said Trump is the only candidate who is “in the national mainstream” and the only one who can help the American economy.
She said that while there are some concerns about Trump’s mental health and his temperament, she thinks that is not an issue for the next administration.
“He has the temperament and the character to be president,” Conway told The New Yorker.
“I think the next five years will be very, very different.
He is not going to be President Donald J. Trump.”
She said she would be in favor of Trump being appointed as secretary of state if he wins the presidency.
“That is a very big deal, I’m very comfortable with that,” Conway added.
“It’s going to make him look like he is a failure and not a leader.” “
Conway said she is concerned about how Trump has handled the presidency and the role of the media in helping to shape public opinion. “
It’s going to make him look like he is a failure and not a leader.”
Conway said she is concerned about how Trump has handled the presidency and the role of the media in helping to shape public opinion.
“People feel, if they have been affected by this, they want to get it under control and get the attention of the world,” Conway explained.
I want a president who is a real champion for the nation and a president with the temperament, who will work with the American public, who understands the needs of the American family and the economy.” “
When I think about this, I want the next generation of American leaders, I don’t want the president.
I want a president who is a real champion for the nation and a president with the temperament, who will work with the American public, who understands the needs of the American family and the economy.”
Conway added that she does not think Trump will win the presidency in November, but she does think the country will be better off if he does.
“There is no question that he will do better in a general election,” Conway continued.
“His numbers will go down, but the American population is not ready for another president who has not done the job that he was elected to do.”
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