Donald Trump is already upstaging Mr. Obama in a number of areas, and he’s not even president yet. That there is some tension between the two men is obvious. Witness the thinly-veiled barbs in their comments as well as a few remarks that have not been veiled at all. This all may well be expected between two men who could not be more different.
Mr. Obama would like to have seen his administration vindicated by the victory of Hillary Clinton, someone who would be much more likely to retain Obama’s policy initiatives than Donald Trump who has vowed to wipe the Obama slate clean. It will be very difficult to find anything of Mr. Obama’s that will survive the Trump presidency. And that is precisely what Trump’s loyal supporters are eager to see.
While the Democrats love to portray themselves as the champions of the middle-class by creating and securing jobs for them, it looks like Mr. Trump is going to demolish that myth as quickly as he dismantles Obama’s immigration non-strategy. In fact, we’ve already seen Mr. Trump getting results before he’s even president – including results like these.
Announcing the return of 5,000 jobs to the United States through Sprint, plus another 3,000 jobs at OneWeb, “Trump touted plans by a Japanese mogul to bring those jobs to the United States. They could be the first of the 50,000 jobs tech billionaire Masayoshi Son promised to create after meeting with the president-elect earlier in December…Son also controls OneWeb, which Trump said would hire 3,000 workers.”
Again, we see Mr. Trump displaying his leadership skills. Barack Obama has none of this. Hillary Clinton only knows how to bribe people to get results. This presents an incredible study in contrasts. But back to the job-creation news.
In discussing a possible deal between Sprint and T-Mobile, “Sprint Chief Executive Marcelo Claure said in a statement that the company is ‘excited’ to work with Trump.” Continuing, Mr. Claure said, “We believe it is critical for business and government to partner together to create more job opportunities in the U.S. and ensure prosperity for all Americans.”
Established political dogma states that it is the Democratic Party that is the champion for jobs for Americans. That dogma, having always been false, is about to get run over by the “Trump Train,” and by the number of potential employers who coming aboard.
We’ve just learned that consumer confidence figures are up. Now you know why.
Source: Town Hall