When you have a non-career politician as a president who only works for the citizen of this great nation who placed their trust in him, you can bet that he’ll bring a lot of needed change to the White House. Although we’ve seen endless examples of that in his first year, as he checked each promise off his list that he made to Americans, now we’re seeing him make massive visual changes to the People’s House itself, where he calls home.
There’s a massive new installment going right outside the White House and certain citizens who don’t agree with him and furious about his sudden, unexpected decision.
President Trump is on a mission to make America great again as his biggest goal while in office. He’s already proven to accomplish that plan with bringing back jobs and resuscitating the deeply devastated economy. He has managed to accomplish these things in record time by putting his focus on massive issues and oversights that his predecessor did not, mostly because they weren’t important to Barack Hussein Obama who had misplaced priorities.
However, there’s one issue deep and dear to Trump which affects the heart of America that he’s putting an incredible focus on by what he’s having installed right outside the White House. Regardless of what it represents, his racist detractors are irate that he would do this, without realizing what they’re really saying in hating on this important installation. This pretty much proves that the president, no matter what incredible bi-partisan thing he does, is judged for all the wrong reasons no matter what. It’s damned if you do, damned if you don’t, so he just sticks to what he knows in his heart is right.
Trump has made it known that there has been a long-ignored epidemic in this country that needs immediate attention. Nothing is killing Americans more than the opioid crisis, which he has made his personal mission to combat while in office. While death by this addiction is certainly unfortunate, the true victims are the ones left behind and alone after losing a loved one caught in this dangerous epidemic that’s spiraled out of control.
Those are the people who have been ignored but are now getting the attention they deserve with what Trump has done for them outside the White House.
Washington Post reports:
The White House next month will host a memorial installation that will depict the 22,000 people who died in 2015 from a prescription opioid overdose.
The memorial will be hosted by the National Park Service and the nonprofit National Safety Council and will be placed on the White House Ellipse, home of the National Christmas Tree.
“This stirring exhibit will be open to the public from April 12 through April 18 to educate visitors on the devastating impact of the opioid crisis,” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said during her opening remarks at the press briefing Tuesday.