Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary: “0% Chance Trump Loses In 2020, Never Seen Better Environment In America, Ever”


Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary just put the Democrats and their friends in the news media on notice.

Using his personal experience, always the best way to cut through the clutter in today’s media landscape, he made the strongest case for Trump yet.

He said the small businesses he invests in are all booming – all of them – and he says this is because of the regulatory cuts the Trump administration has enacted.

These are hard things for people to notice unless they have to deal with a regulatory agency, but once the shackles are removed business booms as one major hurdle all businesses must deal with are bureaucrats meddling where they should not.

Kevin went on CNBC and told it straight the Democrats – hopefully, they are listening and will try to embrace or at least work with Trump rather than fight his every move.

“You know I don’t get into politics. You know what I look at? Policy,” O’Leary said. “I’ll say this. I’m a policy wonk. In my investment life, in all of the years, I have been an investor in private and public companies, I have never seen a better environment in America, ever.”

“It is not of tax reform, it’s deregulation over the last three years has set free all of my small-cap companies in a way I have never seen. I see the monthly cash reports of these companies.”

“Over 50 of them were having the best quarter we have ever had this quarter, and last quarter was the best quarter we ever had. It just keeps going. Whatever Washington is doing, keep the policy the same.”

“Here is my prediction about what is going to happen in the election,” he added.

“I love to use history to use as a guide for what is going to happen in the future and this is an investment for me.”

“There has never been in modern times a president that has had his economy at under four percent unemployment has ever lost his mandate ever.

And so even with impeachment, even with all the crazy stuff, the chances that this administration will lose its mandate with unemployment under four percent, is zero.”