We may be approaching another milestone with the Trump administration.
For the first two and a half months of his term, Trump has proven that he is both a fighter for the American people and American business, and he is also a tough negotiator.
Speaking of negotiation, wasn’t it awesome how much money he saved American taxpayers with that new F-35 deal? We’re STILL applauding!
Thing is, as a successful businessman himself, Trump is not shy about his debating prowess on his own behalf.
He has been tenacious in business decisions for more years than can be counted on the fingers and toes of Obama, Boehner, Pelosi, Schumer, Hillary, Reid, and Biden COMBINED!
If you want to know how to run a roaring economy, one need only refer to the Wall Street Journal or take a look at the business news for the last couple of months (stock market surges everywhere!) to see the results of a problem-solving oriented government in action.
And it appears Trump has done it yet again. Exxon Mobil is yet another of the latest companies to be added to the growing list of corporations investing in the economic future of America.
“President Donald Trump praised Exxon Mobil for its recent announcement that it will invest up to $20 billion and add more than 45,000 construction and manufacturing jobs in the United States Gulf Coast region.
Exxon CEO Darren Woods said the investments would go to improving and expanding 11 existing facilities in Texas and Louisiana.
Praising Exxon Mobil’s “ambitious” plans, the Trump administration said that the announcement is “exactly” the kind of investment the country needs. The president’s statement read:
This is exactly the kind of investment, economic development and job creation that will help put Americans back to work.
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Many of the products that will be manufactured here in the United States by American workers will be exported to other countries, improving our balance of trade. This is a true American success story. In addition, the jobs created are paying on average $100,000 per year.”
Trump’s muscular handling of an Obama and Democrat-weakened economy seems light lifting for him when you compare it to his work in real estate.
Did you see the February job creation results? Yeah, good news all over the place!
He should remain on the look-out, however, for the other shoe to drop at any moment. Obama and the Democrats are as narcissistic as they are deceitful liars.
Word of Trump once again shoring up a fetid Democrat scorched earth policy of unemployment will only embolden Liberals to begin the march of the PPP (pay-per-protest/pay-per-post) brigade.
Perhaps, Trump can find work for these lost souls as well…