A Good Week for President Trump
By: Bill O'ReillyApril 6, 2017
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If you've noticed an uptick in the media Trump hatred, it is no accident.  After a few rocky weeks, the president has had a very good few days.

He met with the president of Egypt and the king of Jordan, both men praising him lavishly.

This is important because Egypt and Jordan are helping America in the fight against ISIS.

Also, Mr. Trump got an enormous break when the Susan Rice story hit.

Whether the former national security advisor did anything wrong or not, the story has taken attention away from allegations about the Russia-Trump campaign stuff.

Even though the left-wing media does not want to cover the Susan Rice story, fair news agencies like the Fox News Channel are discussing it and the American people are aware of it. 

That helps deflect the liberal bias against President Trump.

And then there is the looming appointment of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

Democrats in the Senate blocked a vote today, but now Republicans have changed the rules and the judge is likely to be confirmed tomorrow.

That's a big win for President Trump because the judge is a traditional man who will not rule on his own political beliefs, as some Supreme Court justices do.

Gorsuch is despised on the left because they know he could be on the court for decades, and he is not going to carry water for anyone.

In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if some conservative Americans are disappointed by Justice Gorsuch because he is not a political guy.

All in all, President Trump has nominated a fair man to the court, a person who will not buy into the myth that the United States needs to be changed in dramatic ways.

Finally, Mr. Trump will meet with the Chinese president, an avowed communist, over the next couple days as he hopes to get China's help to subdue North Korea, which has become a major threat to the world. 

Mr. Trump also wants to modify trade deals so more American products are sold in China, which is the most populated country on earth with nearly a billion-and-a-half people.

So things have gone very well this week for Donald Trump.

But every day is an adventure.

However, it is safe to say the Trump haters are very frustrated this evening.

And that's the memo.