On the eve of the Republican National Convention (RNC), President Trump put forward his agenda for another term in office. Titled: “Fighting For You,” a list of around fifty items the president considers a priority for America.

This new policy plan has plenty of positive ideas for the future—concrete plans—not the negativity of the doom and gloom DNC.

His optimistic vision for the future is the total opposite of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s gloomy description of “dark days” for the United States during the DNC.

“President Trump’s boundless optimism and certainty in America’s greatness is reflected in his second-term goals and stands in stark contrast to the gloomy vision of America projected by Joe Biden and Democrats,” the campaign explained. No esoteric academic concepts, just practical go-forward ideas.

His ten-point bullet point list calls for ceasing “endless wars,” and bringing our troops back to American soil, fully funding and hiring more police and law enforcement officers.

Among the points on his new 10 category agenda, the president aims to create 10 million jobs in 10 months and establish one million new small businesses.

In addition to developing a vaccine to fight against the CCP Virus, his agenda calls for a return to normalcy next year, lifting the crushing weight of economic lockdowns at both state and local levels.

One category is focused on eradicating COVOID-19 (CCP Virus). Coming hard on the heels of the president’s emergency authorization this week for the use of ‘convalescent plasma’ to help treat infected patients.

Tax credits will be given to companies that bring back manufacturing business from China to the United States under the president’s new agenda for a second term.

Keeping jobs in the United States and cutting taxes to boost take-home pay will be another innovation.

The president also vows to expose Washington’s money trail and delegate powers back to States and U.S. citizens.
The president aims to provide school choice for all American children, and eliminate the anti-American propaganda included in current curriculums, reports BizPacReview.

The president considers himself worthy of a second term in office, “I’m the only candidate that gave you more than I promised in the campaign. It’s true. I’m the only one ever, maybe ever,” he said at a rally in battleground Arizona last week.

There is plenty to look forward to under a President Trump administration going into 2021 for the second term of office, should voters decide on it.