The recent indictment of Steve Bannon and three others for fraud and money laundering in relation to a crowdfunding campaign to build a border wall has once again brought the spotlight on the far-left Democrats and progressives who have been trying to destroy President Trump since he took office.
However, according to Larry Kudlow, the Director of the National Economic Council, these efforts have failed miserably. In an interview with Fox News, Kudlow stated that the indictment of Bannon and his associates had nothing to do with the President and that the Democrats were simply trying to use it as a political weapon.
Kudlow went on to say that the Democrats and progressives had been trying to destroy Trump since day one, but had failed to do so because of his strong leadership and the support of the American people. He also pointed out that the President had achieved many significant accomplishments during his tenure, including the lowest unemployment rate in decades, record-breaking stock market gains, and historic peace deals in the Middle East.
Despite these achievements, the far-left Democrats and progressives have continued to attack the President, using every opportunity to try and discredit him. From the Russia investigation to the impeachment trial, they have thrown everything they have at him, but to no avail.
Kudlow believes that the American people are tired of these constant attacks and are ready to move on. He stated that the upcoming election would be a referendum on the President’s record and that the American people would ultimately decide whether he deserved another term in office.
In conclusion, the indictment of Steve Bannon and his associates is just the latest attempt by the far-left Democrats and progressives to destroy President Trump. However, as Larry Kudlow has pointed out, their efforts have failed miserably. The American people have seen through their political games and are ready to move on. The upcoming election will be a true test of the President’s leadership and the American people’s faith in him.