Remember what “experts” were saying before Trump was elected? These hacks claimed that the businessman would ruin our economy. They claimed the markets would tank. Some said he would bring about destruction and ruin to our way of life.
Either they were all shockingly wrong or just lying. The moment Trump was elected, things started to turn around. Businesses began to hire more. Companies moved plants back to America. The stock market surged. And thanks to the tax cut, we’ve seen things few could have predicted.
Now here’s another staggering report.
Nonfarm payrolls grew by 200,000 in January and the unemployment rate was 4.1 percent, while wages saw their biggest jump since the end of the Great Recession, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said in a closely watched report Friday…
In addition to the solid payroll growth, average hourly earnings were up 0.3 percent for the month, matching estimates and reflecting an annualized gain of 2.9 percent.
That was the best since mid-2009 as the two-year economic slump was coming to a close. However, the average work week fell two-tenths to 34.3 hours…
The payroll numbers come amid an expected acceleration in growth for the U.S. economy. The Atlanta Federal Reserve is expecting a GDP gain of 5.4 percent in the first quarter, which would be the best increase since the recovery began in mid-2009.
Pay stagnated under President Obama. Jobs fled the country; even Obama said they weren’t coming back. The GDP was pathetic.
Just one year under Trump, everything’s turning around. January—usually a sluggish month—saw 200,000 jobs added. Unemployment was low. Plus, pay has risen significantly.
That doesn’t even mention that amazing forecast of a 5.4 percent GDP this quarter. We haven’t seen that in a very long time.
All these numbers add up to one thing: Trump is making good on his word. He promised to restore America’s economy and he’s doing it. Make no mistake: these numbers are not a coincidence.
Trump’s influence has done it all. He slashed regulations, making it easier for companies to make money. He negotiated trade deals with companies and foreign countries, adding jobs. And his tax cut bill, well, you know what that’s done.
Liberals will make excuses. Some claim this is all a result of Obama. Sure. He had eight years and this never happened. The moment he leaves, things start popping. So yeah, it was Obama’s doing—his departure!