Gingrich Rates President Trump Speech To Congress, Compares To Other Presidents

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Newt Gingrich described it as the best speech of President Trump’s career, saying, “I’m blown away, I mean, better than the inaugural, better than his Gettysburg speech. He was in command, you were watching the President of the United States in a way that I thought was very profound.” He note that as the speech progressed some Democrats even started to loosen up and applaud and stand at some points.

Gingrich agreed with Sean Hannity that there are some left-wing Democrats who are never going to agree with the President. There are also so nuisance Republicans who aren’t on board and may not ever figure out what the President is doing. The topic of nuisance Republicans took him to Speaker Paul Ryan, who he believes has a “very big desire to get very large things done, bigger than what Gingrich did when he was in that position.

Gingrich named massive tax reform, serious immigration reform and a very real effort at profoundly shifting the health care system as goals that would meet that bar.

Gingrich looks at the words used in describing the spending for infrastructure as being $1 trillion worth of spending, noting that this wouldn’t be the first time that Trump comes in under budget on a project. He acknowledged that Reagan was better at delivering a speech, but this presentation by President Trump has what he called, “hammer blow after hammer blow after hammer blow.”

Gingrich describes President Trump as being so different from anything that we’ve ever seen, that he finds himself “every day studying Donald Trump and trying to figure out what is he doing, because he is so much more complicated than I would ever have thought possible.” Hannity injects “in a good way,” for clarification.

Gingrich concurs, “In a good way in the sense of a really smart, senior guy, who has solved problems his whole life,  who has been practical his whole life, who has proven to us with his cabinet, he can recruit a good team. He also note the advantage Trump has in being a man of action, not afraid to make mistakes, that comes with being an entrepreneur.

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5 Comments on Gingrich Rates President Trump Speech To Congress, Compares To Other Presidents

  1. I didn’t really want to watch the Prez because he has been pretty bad at speaking, in the past. I was blown away with his technique and substance. He’s one of a kind, and Dems better quit underestimating him. When he sets a goal, I now believe in him. He’s going to DO it.

  2. AMEN GRA!!

  3. Dr. Deplorable // March 2, 2017 at 12:03 am // Reply

    Newt is a wise and understanding Gentleman. Now! How soon will President Trump replace George Soros’ U.S. Ambassador to Macedonia, Jess L. Baily?

  4. Kelleigh Nelson // March 1, 2017 at 8:17 pm // Reply

    Yes, great speech, except for the education part, but does anyone really care what Third Waver Newt thought about our great President’s speech? Remember, Newt is tied at the hip to Alvin and Heidi Toffler. Yes, yes, I know, Sean Hannity loves him, so he brings him on. Okay, and the comments were great.

  5. Trump did it again. Knocked it right out of the whole federal ballpark. Down to the point, factual, and absolutely moving indeed. As for the pathetic liberals that attended (and their state of denial), all I can say is they are all sorry excuses for human beings. No class at all whatsoever.

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