What Exactly Is the Argument Against Trump 2020?

This meme shows off the hilarious irony of people still trying to come up with reasons not to vote for President Trump’s reelection. What exactly is the argument for voting against Trump next November, anyway?

We hate jobs, peace, prosperity, border security and the fact that illegal alien transgender men don’t have taxpayer funded abortions?

We’ve watched over the last three years of Trump’s presidency as the economy has soared to never-before-seen heights. Most of the troops are out of Syria, and may be out of Afghanistan before the election (Trump says he wants to do this).

NAFTA was just renegotiated by Trump’s team so that American factory workers, farmers, and companies are no longer getting shafted by Mexico and Canada. NATO “allies” are actually starting to pay their fair share for NATO, which was created to hold the Soviet Union (which no longer exists) at bay; this in turn means American taxpayers aren’t on the hook for Europe’s entire defense. Party!

Illegal alien criminals are being rounded up and the wall is being built. We could go on and on, but you get the point.

Maybe Trump’s detractors really are worried that they’ll have no choice but to – gasp! – get jobs when Trump wins in 2020!

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