President Donald Trump may have taken a public relations beating over the past two weeks, in the wake of the Capitol riots, but that hasn’t stopped him from making sure that Americans are acutely aware of the hundreds of amazing accomplishments that he can stake his name to before leaving office.
According to the Washington Examiner, the White House issued the long and impressive list this week, highlighting the number of campaign promises that he actually made good on, which is exceedingly rare in politics these days.
At the top of the list, it’s noted that Trump helped build one of the most successful and lucrative American economies in the nation’s history, prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, of course, which Trump had zero control over. The White House pointed out that the president far exceeded predicted numbers on job growth, adding a whopping 7 million American jobs during his presidency.
It also highlighted the historically low unemployment rates for nearly all classes of Americans and overall, adding that over 160 million Americans found gainful employment, which is the largest number on record.
Not surprisingly, the state of the U.S. stock market was also highlighted, because under the Trump administration, all major markets broke too many records to even list in a single article. It should be noted that currently, the stock market, even as the COVID-19 pandemic rages, is still making gains that nobody thought possible.
From pointing out tax relief bills to an unprecedented amount of deregulation and historical trade deals, it’s clear that if the Trump administration will be known for anything, it’s the impact it had on the American economy, which is something that many voters will be sure to remember.
Trump’s popularity may have plummeted to some degree after the Capitol riots and the second round of impeachment, but Trump’s social media director, Dan Scavino, made clear that everyone who worked for the Trump administration should be proud of what they managed to accomplish in such a short amount of time.
“I encourage all Trump administration officials to hold your heads up high, and be proud of what you have accomplished together, over the past four years, for the American people. While cancel culture kicks into high gear, and blacklisting of our names for future employment is underway, stay strong, and we will all prevail!” Scavino tweeted.
Love him or hate him, Trump’s positive impact on American during his first and only term in the White House is absolutely undeniable.