Those who continue to doubt President Trump’s business savvy are once again being proven WRONG.
Liberals like Nancy Pelosi have repeatedly attacked the president for his economic stances. She recently claimed that the thousand dollars the average American would receive from the tax cuts were mere “crumbs”.
A thousand dollars may seem like crumbs to Pelosi, who has an estimated net worth of $120 million, but average Americans are grateful for the economic turnaround, and America’s CEO’s are taking notice as well.
In this Midwest state, one company is so elated by the President’s recent tariffs on imported steel that they’re sharing the wealth with their workers.
The company that operates several steel pipe and tube manufacturing plants in the Valley announced that it is awarding $1,000 bonuses to each of its employees.
Zekelman Industries Executive Chairman and CEO Barry Zekelman is sending a letter to his 2,300 employees at fifteen plants across North America notifying them that they will receive the bonuses annually when President Trump’s planned steel trade policy changes take effect, and for as long as they remain in place.
Time and time again, our president has shown that the hysterical hand-wringing over every move he makes is nothing more than Trump Derangement Syndrome.
The president didn’t gain a business empire by being ignorant of how markets work. Companies like Zekelman Industries are appreciating the president’s efforts to stop unfair foreign influences on the steel trade.
“The playing field is being leveled and we will win a fair fight,” said CEO Barry Zekelman.
In short, President Trump is all about putting America and Americans first. And with this initial policy change going into effect, it is quite obvious he cares about keeping steel jobs in states such as Ohio.
Again, Trump keeps on winning. And it doesn’t look like he’ll be losing anytime soon.