Democrats tried their best to stop him, but Trump won out in the end.
And as a result, the entire country just keeps winning.
Obama’s bad trade deals and poor leadership led to a loss of many major industries in America, and caused eight painful years of an economic recession.
But the Republicans have been working hard since winning control of the White House and Congress to take the shackles off of American business and the American people.
Working hardest of all has been President Trump, who has known for decades that the best way to help American businesses is:
Get government out of the way.
Now we are seeing his policies succeed at levels never before achieved in any country at any time, and there’s no sign of it stopping.
From Western Journal:
“A report issued Wednesday from ADP and Moody’s Analytics showed that private sector companies added 230,000 jobs in September.
That’s the highest since February, when 241,000 jobs were added.
It also smashed projections of 185,000 jobs the economists surveyed by Refinitiv had forecast.
Four years ago, people were saying that there was no way there were enough idle workers left to keep having months of 200K+ jobs gains. ADP said this morning we just added 230K jobs in September. The "there are no more workers story" seems quite out of step with the evidence. https://t.co/qLDXVwyudL
— Joe Weisenthal (@TheStalwart) October 3, 2018
‘This labor market is rip-roaring hot,’ said Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics, according to CNBC.
‘The risk that this economy overheats is very high, and this is one more piece of evidence of that.’
Two key areas of the economy emphasized by President Donald Trump helped lead the way.
Construction added 34,000 jobs and goods-producing industries added 46,000.”
These booming job numbers have not only shattered predictions, they’re expected to only get better:
Economists predict that the unemployment rate could drop another percentage point, from 4% to 3%.
In Trump’s words:
“We have the best economy in our history.
With a Republican Congress, we’ve added more than 4 million new jobs since Election Day, and lifted 4 million Americans off of food stamps.
Those are tremendous numbers. Jobless claims are at a 50-year low. And the stock market, as I just said, is at an all-time high today.”
The President then poked fun at Obama’s now-infamous “magic wand” comment, where the former president claimed Trump didn’t have a magic wand to bring jobs back.
“There was no magic wand; it’s good policy and other things,” Trump explained.
We must keep this economic momentum going and continue to vote for Republicans in November.
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Source: Western Journal