Ford Motors announced that instead of expanding in Mexico that it will instead invest $700 million in Michigan, creating 700 jobs, and more importantly demonstrating a "vote of confidence" in President-elect Trump. There was no deal struck between Ford and President-elect Trump, but the CEO of Ford said the decision was based on what they thought would be best for their business. The pro-business environment expected from Trump caused Ford to make a major U-Turn in their strategy.
Trump's early successes in keeping American jobs is even winning praise from Labor Unions, and he's not even officially been sworn in yet. Yet, the mainstream media will continue to bash Mr. Trump and create false narratives about his ties to Russia or how he's going to go "nuclear." All we've really seen from Trump up until now is hard work, a commitment to American excellence, and an outright refusal to let anyone attack him without returning fire.
It has become very clear that nothing Trump does will ever please many on the left. The media is one day going to have to acknowledge that he has already accomplished more since winning the election than Obama has done in the last 8 years.
Most of us are aware that for some, a good job is way at the bottom of their wishlist. Many of those who have no sale-able skills do far better on entitlements than they would do working for a living. This of course was part of a plan to create dependence on government. I believe that skills training is high on the list of Trump's plans for this country. It will be interesting to see how long it is before the media is forced to recognize some of Trump's accomplishments.
by crankalicious11 hours ago
Seriously, is this something anyone cares about?This was something President Trump engaged in before he was President, so it shouldn't factor into anything other than another indictment of his character.Remember, he...
by Tessa Schlesinger11 months ago
I've known for quite a while that Trump supporters weren't uneducated. In reality, 55% of college voters went for Trump, most men did, and the average income of Trump voters was/is $72,000 per year. Hardly poor. They...
by My Esoteric11 months ago
This is really two part question. The first part is the above question. The other is a slight twist, to wit: "Is President Trump Turning Out to an Existential Threat to Ideals Which America...
by PrettyPanther2 months ago
I'm sorry, but I cannot abide this man as president. He sounds like a demented 10-year-old. How anyone can believe he is fit is beyond my comprehension. He speaks less eloquently than my elderly mother...
by Randy Godwin6 weeks ago
After many times stating he looked forward to being interviewed by Mueller, Trump's lawyers are now looking intently at the possibility of it being a perjury trap and are pulling back on his testifying at all. After...
by Scott Bateman12 months ago
One of the most widely folllowed political polls just issued the results of a new survey on Trump and found that:1. Trump's disapproval rating dropped again -- to 38%.2. 63% said he is not level headed.3. Voters...
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