In an opinion column published today at USA Today, Republican Presidential hopeful Donald Trump made his final case to American voters to vote for him.
As he has pledged before, Trump made repealing Obamacare a central part of the reason he asked voters to support him tomorrow at the polls.
For 17 months, I’ve traveled this country and met countless Americans from every walk of life. Your hopes have become my hopes and your dreams have become my dreams.
I’ve been inspired on this journey by the millions of you who came to cheer a simple idea: that we can make America great again.
Real change begins with immediately repealing and replacing job-killing Obamacare — Americans are experiencing soaring double-digit premium hikes, insurers are leaving, doctors are quitting, jobs are fleeing, and deductibles are through the roof.
We will repeal and replace catastrophic Obamacare with new reforms that dramatically expand choice, substantially lower costs, and significantly improve the quality of care. And we will end the offshoring of American jobs.
Trump also put the spotlight on the Supreme Court which is probably the number one issue in this election for pro-life voters. The Supreme Court has the potential to keep abortion legal for four more decades resulting in the deaths of another fifty to sixty million and more children.
I will restore the constitutional rule of law and nominate Supreme Court justices who will do the same.
Trump also highlighted Hillary Clinton’s ethical problems. While pro-life voters are very concerned about Clinton’s strong support for abortion they are also concerned about her ethical issues.
Real change also means draining the swamp of corruption in Washington. We must fix a rigged system in which political insiders can break the law without consequence and where government officials put special interests above the national interest. If we want to make America great again, we must clean up this corruption.
Hillary Clinton has been the subject of an FBI criminal investigation into many crimes against this nation. Were she ever to be elected, it would trigger an unprecedented constitutional crisis — Hillary is likely to be under investigation for a long time, grinding our government to a halt.
America has too many problems, too many things to fix, to mire our government in years of sordid corruption and criminal investigation.