Economic Turnaround? Trump’s First 50 Days = 300k Jobs

 In Economy, Politics

Trump has been in office only since January 20. But in spite of all the nastiness of the left and liberals, after Trump’s First 50 days, the economy is showing signs of a huge recovery- with the news that nearly 300,000 jobs were created for the month of February. Of course the leftists jumped all over the President for tweeting his excitement.


Of course the leftists wanted to throw cold water on the news, and most of the MSM didn’t bother to report it at all. Some, like Bloomberg reported 235,000 jobs, but the actual numbers were higher at 298,000.

According to Fox Nation,

Construction, mining and manufacturing all grew at their fastest pace in several years, pushing jobs growth above the 261,000 pace in January, according to the ADP employment report, a survey measuring private-sector hiring.

“February proved to be an incredibly strong month for employment, with increases we have not seen in years,” said Ahu Yildirmaz, vice president of the ADP Research Institute.

Construction added 66,000 jobs, the best showing in 11 years; manufacturing added 32,000, the most in five years; while mining, which has been gradually picking up pace in recent months after years of shedding jobs, added 8,000 positions last month.

In spite of Nancy I-cant-remember-who’s-president Pelosi’s claim that Trump’s first months have been a “train wreck,” the exact opposite is true.

“The first 50 days of the Trump Administration have been a train wreck of fear, incompetence and broken promises.  While failing to lift a finger to create jobs, the President has enabled the abuses of his Wall Street friends, tried to make families pay more for less health care, instilled fear among immigrant communities, and allowed Russia to endanger our security.” Nancy Pelosi

Gosh, Nancy, did you bother to look at the job numbers? Probably not, when your head is firmly planted in that Democrat’s favorite dark place, it’s hard to see in there.



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