Renowned investigative journalist Sara Carter referred to Washington’s corruption and the tremendous purifying impact that President Donald Trump has had on this destructive phenomenon during his administration.

Carter exposed the corruption that is often part and parcel of lobbying groups, which link congressmen of both parties with big business in relationships that involve vast amounts of money, in the program “The Next Revolution” on Fox News with Steve Hilton, on Dec. 27. 

“You’ll always find bipartisanship there because that’s where they go to line their pockets after they leave office or once they move around the bureaucracy, they figured out ways to make money,” Carter says. 

For Carter, the case of corruption in which the Biden family is involved is only one of many that exist in the context of what is usually called “the swamp.” 

“How do we take care of this machine? How do we take care of this beast?” Carter said.

She added, “It’s a beast, and it feeds on itself, and it knows how to slow roll. Which is why the Trump administration had such a difficult time.”

“No matter how many times President Trump tried to do something or enact some kind of policy if there were people opposed to it at the Pentagon, if there were people opposed to it at the state department—we may never know their names—but they just sat back and said you know what, we’re going to slow-roll this policy so that it never comes to fruition.”

For Carter, Trump exposed corruption, marking a real milestone in the nation.

“Thank God for President Trump because it exposed it in such a way that it will never be able to hide again,” she added.

And all the thanks are well and truly earned because despite having to expend a great deal of energy defending himself from the fierce attacks of the Democrats to remove him and tarnishing his work, he won the goodwill of Americans. 

Trump’s significant accomplishments were not only within the United States, since without starting a single war, he managed to pacify the Middle East with peace agreements between Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco. 

Also, he has had to confront the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which not only interfered globally with the controversial handling of the CCP Virus but has caused significant losses to the United States through espionage and theft of advanced technology.

It is also accused of dangerously disrupting the U.S. electoral process.

On the other hand, at the end of his first term, President Trump has set numerous new records in the country, fulfilling his campaign promise in 2016 to make America greater.  

A recent Rasmussen poll showed that 72 percent of Republicans take his successful management style as the model for their party members. 

Besides, in the annual Gallup poll released today, Dec. 29, 18 percent of respondents named Trump as their most admired man, compared to 15 percent who favored Obama, leaving only 6 percent for Joe Biden. 

There is ample evidence that the electoral will of the nearly 75 million citizens who voted for Trump is for him to be re-elected, and it won’t be many days before that is the case.