Donald Trump is a businessman.
That much has been made abundantly clear in the recent month, and will no doubt continue to be on full display after he officially takes office on January 20.
Prior to his election, Democrats and Liberals hated the idea of having a businessman run the country (despite the fact that the presidency is about running the biggest business in the world) but now, we’re starting to discover why a business acumen is so critical.
Just ask Deutsche Bank economist David Folkerts-Landau, who believes Trump’s victory could vault the U.S. into the business stratosphere and in so doing, place this country back where it belongs: In a position of production and prosperity.
You know, not regressing.
According to what Folkerts-Landau said in a report to clients (via CNBC), the President-elect is poised to do great things for the U.S. economy. In fact, he believes the country’s GDP (Gross Domestic Product) growth could DOUBLE its current level, thanks to a plan that cuts regulations, enacts tax reform that slashes personal and corporate taxes, and dedicates at least $1 trillion to infrastructure improvement.
“This policy mix has the potential of reigniting productivity growth and raising U.S. growth potential. While Trump introduces higher uncertainty, this is better than the near certainty of the continuation of a mediocre status quo.”
Folkerts-Landau says Trump’s agenda will be a “game changer for the U.S. economy” and the numbers are awfully encouraging: 2017 growth could go to 2.4 percent and then 3.6 percent in 2018. In comparison, under President Obama, the economy has grown an average of 1.6 percent per year…the worst recovery since the Great Depression. Yeah, the WORST.
Let’s also not forget that the instant Trump won the presidency, the stock market skyrocketed; thus far, the S&P 500 has jumped over 240 percent since Trump’s victory.
Want to get healthy again, America? Want to feel as if this country actually DOES something? Want to put the insane political correctness behind us, and focus on something that actually matters? Want all those liberal snowflakes to melt? In short, as Donald Trump has been asking for a long time now:
Want to feel great again?