While those on the left are busy trying to disrupt the Donald Trump transition, and criticize and condemn the president-elect at every step of the way, the economy’s busy responding to the not-even-sworn-and-seated commander-in-chief.
And the news is all good.
Trump, if you recall, campaigned on promises to “Make America Great Again” in economic matters, from jobs to trade deals. And he’s not even taken office yet, but already making good on those vows.
First, Carrier in Indiana, and Trump’s save of the company’s move to Mexico, which will keep roughly 1,100 jobs in America.
“Trump [just] added another notch to his successes in the month since he won the election with less than six weeks to go before he actually takes office,” Western Journalism reported.
It was in Grand Rapids, Michigan, at one of his “thank you” rallies, that another company announced jobs were going to be coming from overseas spots back to America.
“Dow Chemical chairman and CEO Andrew Liveris announced that 200 jobs would be coming to Michigan, 100 new jobs that Dow would create and 100 jobs the company would bring back from overseas,” Western Journalism reported.
Call it the Trump effect.
But now Liveris said his company is going to invest in a new “state-of-the-art innovation center” in Michigan, ultimately bringing in several hundred jobs into the state.
“We could have put it anywhere in the world,” he said, Western Journalism reported. “We’re going to use American hard work and American dreams and we’re going to fight for the Dow company in the U/S.A.”
Liveris was also just handpicked by Trump to lead up the president-elect’s American Manufacturing Council.
“That’s what’s going to happen folks,” Trump said, during the rally, post-announcement, Western Journalism reported. “You’re going to get jobs. They’re coming back. They’re going to come back to Michigan.”
Source: Western Journalism