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America is an idea.

An idea that goes back to our founding principle that all men are created equal. It is an idea that is stronger than any army, bigger than any ocean, more powerful than any dictator. It gives hope to the most desperate people on Earth. It instills in every single person in this country the belief that no matter where they start in life, there is nothing they cannot achieve if they work at it.

We are in a battle for the soul of America. It is time to remember who we are. We are Americans: tough, resilient, but always full of hope. It is time to treat each other with dignity. Build a middle class that works for everybody. Fight back against the incredible abuses of power we are seeing. It is time to dig deep and remember that our best days still lie ahead.

It is time for respected leadership on the world stage — and dignified leadership at home. It is time for equal opportunity, equal rights, and equal justice. It is time for an economy that rewards those who do the work. It is time for a president who will stand up for all of us.

THIS IS JOE’S VISION FOR AMERICA.

We have got to rebuild the backbone of the country: The Middle Class.

The middle class is not a number — it is a set of values. Owning your home. Sending your kids to college. Being able to save and get ahead. Across the country, too many families are being left behind. The next president needs to understand what the current one does not: In America, no matter where you start in life, there should be no limit to what you can achieve.

We need to rebuild the middle class, and this time make sure everybody comes along — regardless of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or disability.

We have got to demonstrate respected leadership on the world stage.

The world is facing inescapable challenges: a rapidly changing climate, the risk of nuclear conflict, trade wars, a rising China and an aggressive Russia, millions of refugees seeking shelter and security, and attacks on universal human rights and fundamental freedoms. The next president must repair our relationships with our allies and stand up to strongmen and thugs on the global stage to rally the world to meet these challenges. We can reclaim our longstanding position as the moral and economic leader of the world.

We have got to make sure our democracy includes everyone.

Our politics is broken and excludes too many Americans. Until we fix campaign finance, voting rights, and gerrymandering, it will continue to get more polarized, uglier, and meaner. — — — Joe Biden

“Proud citizens like you helped build this country, and together we are taking back our country. We are returning power to you, the American people, that is what is happening. With your help, your devotion, and your drive, we are going to keep on working, we are going to keep on fighting, and we are going to keep on winning, winning, winning. We are one movement, one people, one family, and one glorious nation under God.” —President Donald Trump (March 2020)

is the 45th and current president of the United States. He assumed office on January 20, 2017 and filed to run for re-election on the same day. He crossed the delegate threshold necessary to win the Republican nomination — 1,276 delegates — on March 17,2020. He was formally nominated at the Republican National Convention on August 24, 2020.

Trump’s running mate is Vice President Mike Pence.

Trump’s re-election campaign has focused on the economy, jobs, immigration, and foreign policy. He described his platform, which he named America First, during his inaugural address: “Every decision on trade, on taxes, on immigration, on foreign affairs, will be made to benefit American workers and American families. We must protect our borders from the ravages of other countries making our products, stealing our companies, and destroying our jobs.”

Key policy initiatives during Trump’s first term include the United States withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deals, the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and First Step Act in 2018, reducing the size of the ISIS caliphate, and establishing the Space Force as an independent military branch. Trump has also made more than 200 federal judicial appointments, including two U.S. Supreme Court justice.

Why do you need to have faith or hope for what you already can see? Why do you need to fear or doubt what you can already see?

Ladies and gentlemen, I really do not like discussing politics nor religion. You can call yourself whatever you like or identify with. Politics and religion have one thing in common: everyone is right because whatever a man thinks in his heart is so. You can call yourself a Christian, however, your behavior and actions tell the truth. You can be a republican/democrat, etc. or call yourself one, and display any behavior and/or action whatsoever.

My brothers and sisters, you owe it to yourselves, your children, family, community, city, county, state, country, and planet earth to not trust the arm of flesh and do what is best for number one. Use wisdom and revelation knowledge; protect, defend, and guard your immediate territory.

Trust God!

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Rachel Lee White

Rachel Lee White

Marketer who is a Published Author, Motivational Speaker, Consultant