There has been plenty of talk over the last two years as to just how beneficial to the nation’s economy having Donald Trump in the White House has been.
The man represents a CEO-in-Chief, aggressively defending the economic importance of the American worker and US industries of all sort. This has made him a menace to foreign leaders, who for years took advantage of American generosity on the global stage.
No more. Now it’s time that we get ours again.
So, through this effort of stubborn admiration for the people of America, and in his earnest defense of their ingenuity abroad, Donald Trump has cultured something we know as the “Trump Effect”; the latest measure of which comes to us in the form of a record-setting summer vacation for US citizens.
Major U.S. airlines said Monday that the booming U.S. economy is what led to a record-breaking level of travel over the summer.
“With a growing economy, steady employment gains, and household net worth at an all-time high in the first quarter of 2018 ($100.8 billion), passengers are taking advantage of persistently low airfares,” a spokesperson for Airlines 4 America, which represents the largest U.S. airlines, wrote in an email to the Washington Examiner.
From the Wednesday prior to Memorial Day and the Tuesday after Labor Day, the Transportation Security Administration processed 253 million passengers and crew, a 6 percent jump from last summer.