Donald Trump continues to deliver hope to Americans when it comes to job growth. Immediately after he won the election, he was already regularly seen with industry head from across the world. They’d meet with him at Trump Tower to talk about their future investments in the United States. Even before he became president, the Trump effect was already creating jobs in the US.
Employment growth was a major part of his campaign platform—it looks like he’s delivering. It is now being reported that during his first full month as president, there was a net increase of 235,000 jobs.
The US has already seen employment rise prior to the newly released report, but critics were saying Obama should be given the credit not Trump—but upon his election victory, businesses were already going on hiring sprees in preparation for Trump to follow through on campaign promises.
Past reports were being called “phony” in terms of them being attributed to the president—the media never wants to give Trump credit. With the new report, its irrefutable (even his toughest critics must admit) that his policies are creating opportunities for Americans.
According to a report, “President Donald Trump seized on the first federal jobs report of his presidency to promote a narrative of an invigorated economy that may strengthen his political position as he begins the drive to win passage of legislative priorities including an Obamacare replacement and a tax overhaul.
The president and his staff exalted in a 235,000 net increase in US jobs during February—even making light of doubts Trump previously cast on government data showing employment improvements under President Barack Obama.