President Donald Trump is all-out in making his campaign battle cry and administration goal Make America Great Again a living reality. Along with his early accomplishments already in the economic field especially in creating and keeping jobs for Americans, as well as on national security concerns, Trump wants to make America great again by re inculcating a culture of winning again.
President Trump emphatically told a group of governors gathered at the White House on Monday that "we have to start winning wars again" saying America does not fight to win anymore.
Trump also made a nostalgic trip down memory lane as he recalled the country's past glory. Trump shared that when he was in his younger days as a high school and college student, the U.S. has the solid reputation of never losing a war. "We never lost a war, America never lost", Trump stressed during his speech delivered at the State Dining Room of the White House. Then the President pointed that in sad, stark contrast the narrative has changed today. He deplored that now, "we never win a war", and worse, "we don't fight to win" anymore.
In order for him to lead in instituting again a culture of winning for the U.S., the President pledged to increase defense spending. Trump described the imminent increase defense spending as historic and vowed to use the additional budget to rebuild the depleted military of the U.S. He also called the planned increase as a public safety and national security budget.
Trump also gave an illustration of how much needs to be done through the example of the Middle East case which he called "a mess we have never seen before" and left us nowhere. He said the situation now is far worse than it was 16, 17 years ago possibly putting to waste the $6 trillion cost already spent.
A culture of winning rightfully is a step in the right direction to truly make America great again.