President Donald Trump is winning on numerous fronts. Hence, the improving sentiment towards the Republican party with midterms just a few weeks away. With the markets bouncing back and stabilizing after last week’s rollercoaster, yet another variable appears to be moving in Trump’s direction.

CNN is even admitting that Trump is on a winning streak, reporting recently,

“Trump had celebrated the best jobs data for 49 years as the unemployment rate dipped to 3.7%, offering more proof of a vibrant economy that the President says has been unshackled by his tax-reduction program and scything cuts to business regulations.”

Donald Trump is Winning

In the latest episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss CNN’s posting of an editorial suggesting that Trump is ‘on a winning streak.’

Keiser explains,

“Everything he said he would do he is doing.”


“The only problem, that I’ve identified now for a while is that this will cause inflation. And, you are seeing that pop into the economy now.”

Keiser notes,

“As I’ve said for a while, and the op-ed argues that “Trump became an undeniably consequential President” when he got Brett Kavanaugh confirmed to the Supreme Court. If this is the case, one has to wonder where this leaves the Democrats as midterms loom?”

In a recently republished article to Zero Hedge, titled, Why Is WaPo Suddenly Promoting Trump As “Most Honest President Ever” Ahead Of Midterms? Even the Washington Post and BNN are giving Trump his due:

“The WaPo:

Trump Could Be The Most Honest President In Modern US History

Donald Trump may be remembered as the most honest president in modern American history. Don’t get me wrong, Trump lies all the time. He said that he “enacted the biggest tax cuts and reforms in American history” (actually they are the eighth largest) and that “our economy is the strongest it’s ever been in the history of our country” (which may one day be true, but not yet).

In part, it’s a New York thing – everything is the biggest and the best. But when it comes to the real barometer of presidential truthfulness – keeping his promises – Trump is a paragon of honesty. For better or worse, since taking office, Trump has done exactly what he promised he would do.

And the BBC:

Is This The Most Successful Month Of The Trump Presidency?

These days there seems to be even more of a swagger as Donald Trump strides across the South Lawn to board his green-liveried helicopter, Marine One. Those campaign-style rallies, which have become such a marked feature of his presidency, have even more of a celebratory charge. The president seems more willing to answer reporters’ questions, partly because there is a better story to tell.

Last week he also sat for the first 60 Minutes interview of his presidency, which aired on Sunday night. The veteran CBS presenter Lesley Stahl, who conducted this cross-examination, was struck by his self-assurance. “Right now,” she said afterwards, “he’s so much more confident. He is truly president. And you felt it. I felt it in this interview.”

President Donald Trump is winning with Supreme Court judges, with the economy, the stock market and the lowest unemployment in recent history. All of this has emboldened his base with less than three weeks to go before the pivotal midterm elections. For investors, a Trump and Republican-dominated Washington has been a boon. On November 6th, we’ll know if it will continue.