Varney on Davos 2020: Trump will speak from a position of strength

'We support growth and prosperity and we don't care which president delivers it'

FOX Business’ Stuart Varney, in his latest “My Take,” discusses how President Trump will continue to celebrate his success by addressing global elites at Davos in the Swiss Alps, all while the impeachment trial continues in the U.S.

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“That’s a rather stark contrast, isn’t it?” Varney said. “A successful president vs. a Democrat party that has achieved very little.”

Varney said he calls Trump “successful” because his latest efforts have proven to be a success including the “breakthrough” of the U.S.-China trade deal, the “vast improvement” USMCA will bring and record-low unemployment rates.

The same goes for the killing of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani which, Varney said, was an unapologetic feat.

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“It’s the classic mark of prosperity,” he said. “In Davos, our president will speak from a position of strength.”

Meanwhile, Varney said, the Democrats will plot to take him down via impeachment.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi holds the gavel as House members vote on the article II of impeachment against President Donald Trump, Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2019, on Capitol Hill. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

“They'll call him names,” he said. “The lawyers will swarm all over a phone call to Ukraine and imply that he's so bad, he has to be removed from office.”

But Varney asked: Where are the Democrats’ successes?

“Economic growth? No, they'll take us to recession,” he said. “Trade deals? No, they've nitpicked and opposed from day one. Jobs? You think the left can create millions and millions of new "green" jobs? They've got nothing going for them.”

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On the 10th anniversary of Varney & Co., Varney reminds his audience that the show does not have the time to “slime” the president or any others. As the media is consumed with impeachment, Varney said he will not be.

“We support growth and prosperity and we don't care which president delivers it,” he said. “We've been on the air for 10 years and we've been successful for 10 years.”

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