Donald Trump will not be outworked by anybody. That’s what the president-elect vowed before the election, and that’s what he’s delivering now, after being elected.
Trump’s work ethic was praised by radio host Mark Simone, who remarked with disbelief that the billionaire jumped on a plane in late-evening to speak at a “thank-you” rally for Florida supporters after attending countless meetings earlier that day.
— USA NEWS (@USANEWS007) December 17, 2016
“This is a guy who worked hard all day, he probably had 15 meetings,” Simone told Lou Dobbs. “He has been working hard every day, and every night jumps on a plane and goes to meet with people.”
Simone contrasted Trump’s tireless work ethic with Hillary Clinton, who won’t show up anywhere unless she gets paid lots of cash:
If this were Hilary Clinton, you’d have to pay $300,000, and then you’d be lucky to get a 10-minute speech … [Trump] loves to work. When was the last time we had a president with a real work ethic like that?
Dobbs replied that it has been a very long time since we had a president who worked so hard.
“He will not be outworked by anybody,” Dobbs said. “He wasn’t outworked in the primaries or in the general election.”
To further illustrate the point, the day before Election Day, Trump held 7 rallies in 5 states. The final one — in Michigan — started around midnight on November 8, 2016, and went past 1:30 a.m.
In contrast, Clinton rarely held a rally on consecutive days and took most of August 2016 off from campaigning.
Earlier this week, Clinton deigned to show up at a lavish “thank-you” party for her millionaire mega-donors (who poured almost $1 billion in her failed campaign).
Hillary arrives last night at the Plaza: Could be THE BEST photo ever taken of her!!! She looks soooooo SAD. pic.twitter.com/a0aufViDP6
— Howie Carr (@HowieCarrShow) December 16, 2016
With a hangdog face, Clinton spent most of the evening blaming her loss on Vladimir Putin, the FBI, Russian hackers, James Comey, fake news and everything else but herself.
At least there’s one thing Hillary Clinton works hard at: Shirking responsibility.
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