While the left and never- Trumpers grasp at reasons to hate the President, the numbers tell a different story.
Vice President Mike Pence, speaking in an exclusive interview with FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo, credited Trump administration policies and the Republican Congress for reviving the U.S. economy.
In an interview Friday following a report on second-quarter GDP, Pence told Bartiromo that the administration “really believe(s) the internals of these numbers.”
“The policies that President Trump has been advancing, that our Republican Congress has been supporting, are actually working to revive this economy,” Pence added.
So why ignore the astounding improvement and market stimulation? Because it doesn’t fit the Anti-Trump narrative, that’s why!
The United States economy added a healthy 213,000 jobs in June, the latest in a string of positive headlines showing that confidence is surging, growth is accelerating, and jobs are plentiful in the Trump economy.
Just a few highlights that are contributing to that success:
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: U.S. Hiring Strong in June; Unemployment Rate Rises as More Enter Labor Force
“The unemployment rate ticked up in June from an 18-year low, but steady hiring and an increased number of job seekers suggest a strong labor market drew in Americans from the sidelines. U.S. nonfarm payrolls rose a seasonally adjusted 213,000 in June, the Labor Department said Friday.”
WASHINGTON EXAMINER: Jobless Claims Rise to 231,000, But Are Still Running at Historic Lows
“Fewer new jobless claims suggest that layoffs are rare, and that job creation is strong. The total number of people receiving unemployment benefits of all durations is running at the lowest levels in 44 years, according to Thursday’s release.”
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: Economic Growth in U.S. Leaves World Behind
“U.S. economy grew modestly over the winter—at a 2.2% annual rate in January through March—but seems to be ramping up further this spring. Growth is on track to exceed a 4% pace in the three months ending in June, which would be the fastest of any quarter in almost four years.”