November 8th, 2016 will go down in history as one of the most iconic moments in American politics.
Scholars will study this race. Students will learn about this race. And, most importantly, we will look back on this race. We will look back and realize that we saved our country from a sure path toward destruction.
After years of dealing with the same old, same old in Washington, we stepped up to the plate and took the power out of the hands of the corrupt and put it back into the hands of the American people.
Each and every vote counted. Each and every volunteer hour counted. Each and every donation counted. Our voices were heard and we were not taken for granted.
As a Catholic millennial, I am very proud to say that Donald J. Trump will serve as the 45th President of the United States of America because I know that he will make America great again.
Mr. Trump is a man who understands that we have simply had enough of the all talk, no action politics in Washington. He understands what it means to be a strong leader and is ready to bring unity and prosperity back to our nation.
The past 18 months were more than just a campaign. They were the start of a nationwide movement and this movement is far from over.
On January 20th, 2017, a new era of American politics will begin.
Our families will have affordable healthcare again along with access to their family doctors. Our children will receive the quality educational opportunities that they deserve.
Our Second Amendment rights will be protected. The lives of the unborn will be protected. Supreme Court nominees will respect the text of the Constitution and not treat it like a living document.
Quality jobs will return to America. Our communities will be safe again. Our businesses will no longer be overregulated. We will win again.
We did it, America! May God bless us all and may God bless the USA!
• Madison Gesiotto is a conservative writer and commentator who appears on Fox News Channel and CNN. She is currently in the final year of pursuing her J.D. at The Michael E. Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University. You can reach her by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow her on Twitter: @madisongesiotto.
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