Don’t overlook Trump’s wins

In response to Brian Greenspun’s Sept. 13 column “Trump is a clear and present danger to U.S.”:

President Donald Trump failed the establishment warmongers by withdrawing American troops from the Middle East, then missed the chance to engage Iran in a new war after he failed to react to Iran shooting down our drone aircraft. He did, however, kill an Iranian terrorist general without starting more war.

Without much conflict, he moved the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem and brokered a peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, making the Palestinians unhappy.

Then there’s the president’s failure to know more than professional health experts about the coronavirus. He did, however, stop most travel from China. Trump was admittedly hesitant to shut down the U.S. economy and throw the country into another Great Recession.

Maybe worst of all, he’s called out Democrat state and city leaders for failing to maintain a civil and safe society in their jurisdictions by allowing rioters to lay waste to their cities.

But sure, if you don’t appreciate getting our country out of endless wars, avoiding new wars and trying to keep the world’s best economy going and trying to have a civil and safe society, then by all means, don’t vote for him.