Donald Trump Sets the Record Straight; It's Definitely the Economy. But It's SCOTUS, National Security, Health Care and Life, Too!

October 10, 2016

PHILADELPHIA, Pa.? Donald Trump was bold and precise during last night?s presidential debate with Hillary Clinton as it related to the economy. The rapid fire response and barrage of details from Trump sent Clinton into a defensive posture, causing her to seem insincere and flustered.  

Financial expert and national television and radio host Dan Celia says that while many still have reservations about who to vote for, he believes the undecided voters on the debate stage last night now have more reasons to vote for Donald Trump.

Says Celia, ?Trump again apologized for his grave mistakes for how he spoke about women eleven years ago when he was merely a celebrity and not president, and made it clear that America faces many more serious issues today: the economy, the Supreme Court, national security, health care and the life of the unborn.

?I think Donald Trump certainly did well with his base and far better than he did in the last debate. It seems it was enough to get some of the independent voters to swing to his side.

?From an economic perspective, Donald Trump clearly spoke about what needs to happen and was believable in regards to the truth about Obamacare. He cited the hypocrisy of the
$20 trillion dollar national debt and spending billions on nationalized health care. When we look at the details that he has laid out over the recent months, his economic plan is much clearer, and it?s more believable that Trump, not Clinton, could develop and execute a strong plan.

?From a national security standpoint he certainly seems far stronger than Clinton and I believe many of those independent voters are beginning to feel more comfortable with Trump as Commander in Chief over Clinton.

?Hillary Clinton certainly did Trump a favor when she spoke about the Supreme Court and the pro-life justices that he would appoint. This greatly helped him with conservative evangelical Christians as Clinton indicated Trump would overturn Roe v. Wade and uphold marriage as it is written in God's word.

?I do believe for Donald Trump to win this election he needs, in the remaining 29 days, to win over at least 5 to 10% of the 38 million evangelicals that did not vote in the last election. If he can do that, I believe he will find the path to victory.?

?Financial Issues? streams on its own YouTube ChannelFinancial Issues with Dan Celia. The ministry also recently introduced the new Financial Issues app; learn more here. In addition to more than 600 radio stations, ?Financial Issues? is seen on the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) television network, reaching 45 million households, BizTV, which reaches millions more in major markets, and Dove-TV in the Pacific Northwest. To view Celia?s recent show clips, click here.

Daily, Celia addresses important financial headlines, takes calls from around the country, and focuses on current economic trends and critical mass in corporate America. He accurately predicts rises and falls in the U.S. and global economies. He also hones in on godly financial stewardship when talking to thousands who want to honor God with their finances.

Celia also educates listeners and viewers about his stock ?sell? list, encouraging those who strive to be biblically responsible with their investing to sell certain stocks based on the company?s involvement in immoral or anti-biblical issues, such as having stake in Planned Parenthood funding, pornography, same-sex marriage or other matters that are concerning to Christians.

A financial expert and author backed by decades of financial experience, Celia is personally in touch with thousands of people each week from across the country. He has worked for 35 years as an entrepreneur and businessman, and has developed a biblically responsible system of financial management with great success. Celia started his radio program in 1997 and has interviewed newsmakers, experts, lawmakers and presidential candidates. He speaks at conferences, town hall meetings and investment conferences around the country, is the author of six books and publishes a weekly newsletter.

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To interview Dan Celia of Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries, contact Jen Retallick, 610-584-1096, ext. 100,, or Deborah Hamilton at 215-815-7716 or 610-584-1096, ext. 102.

Dan Celia is president and CEO of Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries and host of the national syndicated radio talk program ?Financial Issues,? heard daily on more than 600 stations across the country and in millions of homes through NRB-TV, BIZ-TV and others. FISM believes that only revival will return America to its Judeo-Christian heritage and biblical values.

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