DONALD Trump is "one of the greatest presidents of all time," according to the Alabama Republican Party Executive Committee, which made the declaration in a resolution that listed all of his triumphs.
The committee made the statement during their February 28 meeting, with former state representative Perry Hooper Jr announcing he would formally travel to Mar-a-Lago this weekend to present the president with a copy of the resolution.
Submitted by several GOP members of the committee, the resolution listed a number of accomplishments during Trump's presidency.
It also included a line that read: "President Donald J. Trump was one of the greatest and most effective Presidents in the 245-year history of this Republic."
The whole committee passed the resolution in a unanimous decision.
Hooper himself was ecstatic that he would be able to present the resolution to one of his heroes. "My two favorite Presidents are Ronald and Donald," Hooper said, according to the Alabama Political Reporter.
"Both President Reagan and President Trump Made America Great Again and have the facts to back that statement up!" Hooper added.
Among the list of Trump's accomplishments, according to the Committee, some include withdrawing "from the job-and-trade-killing Trans-Pacific Partnership" and NAFTA and even building "up and bolstered all of the U.S. military branches around the world."
Other accomplishments include Trump putting "the American people and the American worker first in all his decisions and policies" and for developing the "effective COVID -19 vaccines in record time."
The club also gave Trump credit for creating "the largest tax cuts and reforms in American history by signing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law."
It also credited him with standing "up to China bringing back manufacturing industry to the U.S." and appointing "three constitutional conservative justices to the U.S. Supreme Court."
After listing a number of other accomplishments, it then ended with "President Trump accomplished more in 48 months than Joe Biden did in 48 years as a senator and vice-president."
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