On Thursday, the New Hampshire Journal published an op-ed authored by presidential candidate Congressman John Delaney in which he calls for a renewed sense of commitment to unity and common purpose and to reject the divisive, toxic political environment of today.
This week, the Treasury Department said that due to rising deficits, government borrowing this year will more than double. In total, the Treasury plans to borrow more than $1.3 trillion in 2018. Last year, President Trump signed a $1.5 trillion tax cut that was not offset by other revenue or spending changes.
“President Trump’s proposal to end birthright citizenship by executive order is clearly unconstitutional but beyond that, it is just plain un-American. Instead of working on bipartisan immigration reform that we need to solve real problems, he wants to inflame and divide. I believe that a majority of Americans are tired of playing his game. The onus is on the Democratic Party to offer the country a real alternative agenda based around bringing the country together and implementing concrete policies that improve people’s lives.”
Two separate, independent Iowa polls released in the past two months found that presidential candidate, Congressman John K. Delaney’s (MD-6) name ID is high among Iowa caucus-goers.
Writing on the “angry national mood” in today’s Wall Street Journal, Gerald Seib concludes his piece by commenting on Congressman John K. Delaney’s efforts to offer an alternative built around civility and unity.
Congressman John K. Delaney’s (MD-6) work to support local candidates in Iowa and his campaign message of unity and addressing the needs of the future was highlighted in coverage published today in The Hawk Eye of Burlington, Iowa.