So we have a president (no capital "p" here) who recently had a "rally" in Louisville. Imagine, he goes to the state that elected Mitch McConnell, and afterwords tweets "Thank you Louisville, Kentucky. Together, we will MAKE AMERICA SAFE AND GREAT AGAIN!"
So now he is going to make America safe "again". It must have been safer when Kentuckians went into coal mines so that we "up top" could burn that coal.
Please, @realdonaldtrump, tell me how sending people into coal mines so that we can burn coal is going to make us safer? Is the high-sulfur coal of Kentucky a hidden key to health and safety? (By the way, one cannot be safer if one is made less healthy: anyone who has breathed NYC air over the last 70 years should know that).
I just cannot get over the thought that Trump wants to increase the defense budget for a country that he is trying to kill.