While President Donald Trump is still working day and night to overcome the adversity of a divided nation, there are still some actions that are stacking tallies in his “Wins” column.
Sure, Trump has been stuck fighting back against a suddenly violent leftist movement in the seedy, political underbelly of America that has caused both of his executive orders on immigration and his first attempt at Obamacare repeal to fizzle out, but that hasn’t stopped the new President from succeeding. With immigration falling to ridiculous new lows based solely on illegal aliens fear of the President’s willpower, and enormous corporations finding new ways to invest in the American workforce, Trump hasn’t needed too much in the way of legislation to begin making America great again.
Now, a new report concerning the Trump Effect on the nation’s Obama-induced unemployment woes will have many Americans jumping for joy.
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“Nonfarm payrolls surged by 211,000 jobs last month after a paltry gain of 79,000 in March, the Labor Department said on Friday. April’s job growth, which was broad-based, surpassed this year’s monthly average of 185,000.
“There were hefty increases in leisure and hospitality, healthcare and social assistance as well as business and professional services payrolls.“The drop of one-tenth of a percentage point in the jobless rate took it to its lowest level since May 2007 and well below the most recent Federal Reserve median forecast for full employment.
“‘These developments should keep the Fed firmly on track to hike rates again in June and should motivate a hawkish shift in the interest rate forecasts they will release at that meeting,’ said Michael Feroli, an economist at JPMorgan in New York.”
Once again, it seems that the mere visage of the Trump presidency is a cause for celebration in America. The businessman-turned-politican has brought a unique and timely set of skills to the Oval Office, and confidence in his ability to economically right the nation is spurring wonderfully sustained growth.
As Trump continues to work out the kinks of his inherited legislature, and the stubborn socialist stalwarts that rode in on the backs of radical democrats, there will be more room for growth in our great nation. His can-do, will-do, attitude has seemingly permeated the cerebral cortexes of industry movers and shakers who are willing to front business expansions on the premise that Trump absolutely will get our nation back on track.