Donald Trump was elected President, in a stunning rebellion against the establishment, one year ago today.

Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States, November, 8th, 2016, and into the early morning hours of the 9th, in a stunning upset.

The surprising outcome defied many polls that showed Hillary Clinton with a consistent edge, and “no mathematical path to victory,” for Donald Trump, according to all of the “experts” and talking heads.  Liberals, across their enlightened spectrum, scoffed and laughed at Donald Trump’s chances throughout the entire election process.

The biased mainstream media, and liberals in general, watched in disbelief throughout the night of November 8th as the results came in. The forgotten men and women of America were forgotten no longer.

Quite a collection of establishment forces had been assembled against him, from the world of business, entertainment, the media, Democrats, and even his own fellow Republicans. But Trump and his “deplorables” prevailed.

It was an impressive demonstration of power by a mostly overlooked coalition of blue-collar working class voters who felt that the promise of the United States was fading amid decades of bad trade deals, bad policy decisions and bad governing in general.

As improbable state after improbable state swung in Trump’s favor, it became clear that America still had a pulse, and that Hillary’s political pulse was fading.

Donald Trump was just what the doctor ordered, and now he gets an opportunity to “Make America Great Again.”  Let’s pray that he is successful.

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