Trump team triumphs–White House is breaking records with accomplishments
Historic photos reveal achievements
Liberal media’s imbalanced approach to condemning President Donald J. Trump is backfiring. Even more Americans are about to realize just how unscrupulous their reporting is. A “do-nothing” Congress may have impeded some of his priorities from occurring, but Trump’s team are achievers on the areas they can control.
Perhaps Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Dr. Ben Carson explained it best when he told the Washington Examiner, “Let me put it this way. I’m glad that Trump is drawing all the fire so I can get stuff done.” The Trump cabinet has been doing their jobs!
As mainstream media remains obsessed with protecting Bill and Hillary Clinton, George Soros, Barack Obama, Loretta Lynch, Debi Wasserman-Schultz, Valarie Jarrett, James Comey and a host of others, the Trump Administration has been busy achieving results barely mentioned. Even with a leak a day average and a continuous bombardment of biased obstacles coming from the press—Russian collusion, the primary one—the Trump team has achieved big triumphs.
The most enduring and noticeable White House victory is arguably filling Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court. But what many Americans don’t know (thanks to the media) is the tremendous and long lasting impact Trump will have on the judicial branch of government. An enormous revolution is underway by Trump filling up the federal courts with young conservative nominees in record-setting numbers.
During his campaign, Trump pledged to kill two regulations for every new one enacted. But the reality is his administration has cut 16 regulations for each one enacted. Not only has he overachieved on this promise, Trump decreed that the net cost of any new regulation that is added after cutting the old regulations should be zero. There have been almost 1,000 regulations rescinded or delayed since his inauguration.
Trump knew building a border wall would be a tough task and faced much political opposition. But border security has been one of Trump’s most under reported accomplishments. Border crossings have plummeted. In May, crossings were down 65 percent from 2016. Border agents have noticed it. Their arrests from 2016 are down 53 percent.
Over 200 bids and ideas have been received by the White House to build the wall along the U.S. border. Surveying and engineering has begun.
Over 1.3 million new jobs have been created so far. By this time in his presidency, Obama had lost more than 3.9 million jobs.
Today the Dow Jones Industrial Average broke another all-time record with a high 2,485, despite the naysayers in the media. Since November 2016, we keep hearing it’s going to burst because of Trump, but for 10 months all we’ve experienced is growth. The S&P 500 also topped an all-time high on Tuesday. The 30-stock Dow index rose by 50 points. Growth has been more than 10 percent.
The US Stock Market gained $4.1 trillion in wealth since Trump was elected. The S&P 500 also broke $20 trillion for the first time in its history. Conservatives know this would not have occurred under a Clinton administration.
Under President Obama the national debt increased over $9 trillion. The difference between President Trump’s achievements with national debt as compared to Obama is staggering. Mainstream media headlines are almost laughable but the fact is, under Trump the debt has decreased by at least $103 billion. During the same time period, Obama increased it by right at $1 trillion.
He has also been very busy promoting American made products and businesses to stay and build in the U.S. His renegotiation of trade deals has proven successful by using a bi-lateral process instead of working out group deals.
The US Manufacturing Index has soared to a 33 year high in President Trump’s first six months. The last time it was this good was in 1983 under President Ronald Reagan.
NATO announced Allied spending is up $10 Billion because of President Trump.
Taking over after the failed policies of Barack Obama, Trump has poured new energy into the military. After months of heavy fighting, we’ve pushed ISIS militants out of Mosul. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the U.S. is also working to rid the Philippines of their ISIS cells.
In June, President Trump signed legislation to make it easier to fire and punish Veterans Affairs employees, including those who are convicted of felonies.
Pew Research Center reported that 98 percent of Republican military veterans approve of Trumps job performance. Over 54 percent of all vets give him an approved rating: 47 percent of independent vets and 10 percent of Democratic vets approve of the president.
Most people do not realize the extra-ordinary number of foreign leaders Trump has met with during his first months as President.
President Trump gave one of the most historic speeches in U.S. history in Saudi Arabia by imploring that Muslim leaders in 50 countries should get rid of terrorists in their countries and “drive them out“. Not since Reagan’s “Tear down this wall speech” has any world leader been this bold. The result has been leaders from Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Jordan sided with Trump against terrorism, ISIS and Iran.
Most people do not realize the extra-ordinary number of foreign leaders Trump has met with during his first months as President. The list includes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, British Prime Minister Theresa May, Chinese President Xi Jinping, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Pope Francis, 266th pope of the Roman Catholic Church, Russian President Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, Indonesian President Joko Widodo, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, and Italian President Sergio Mattarella.
Other world leaders Trump has met with are Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, Crown Prince Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates, Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi of Egypt, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Argentinian President Mauricio Macri, Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen, Taoiseach Enda Kenny of Ireland, President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski of Peru, King Abdullah II of Jordan, Lebanese Prime and Minister Saad Hariri.
More highlights include rewriting environmental rules, approving major infrastructure projects, overhauling public-lands administration, pulling out of the costly Paris climate change deal, and taking action on foreign policy.