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Trump’s Reality Revolution Won – Now It Must be Implemented

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The 2016 election proved that the people had finally come to their end with business as usual politics, assigning the job of house cleaning to a "newbie" named Donald J. Trump. Trumps take over which some have deemed a Reality Revolution, won him a seat in the highest office of the land. On January 20th the President-elect will be tasked with the heavy load of executing the many promises made for radical reform, and tearing down decades of what writer Seton Motley (redstate.

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