In June 2018, Trump’s booming economy delivered an additional 36,000 manufacturing jobs for American workers, many of whom have had their livelihoods destroyed by job-killing free trade deals like NAFTA and KORUS.
- Specifically, in the metals manufacturing industry, Trump’s tariffs on imported steel, aluminum, and Chinese electronics seems to have boosted U.S. job growth
More American manufacturing workers are employed today than at any time in the last ten years as President Trump’s ‘America First’ economy seeks to protect U.S. industry and jobs with tariffs, less immigration, and tax relief.
Specifically, in the metals manufacturing industry, Trump’s tariffs on imported steel, aluminum, and Chinese electronics seems to have boosted U.S. job growth — with 7,000 new jobs in manufacturing fabricated metal products, 5,000 new jobs in manufacturing computer and electronic products, and 3,000 new jobs in manufacturing primary metals.
BOOM! TRUMP BRINGS HISTORIC MANUFACTURING JOBS FOR NOVEMBER SINCE 2002 – BUT OBAMA SAYS THEY’RE NOT COMING BACK :(
Payroll company ADP reported the largest monthly increase in manufacturing jobs ever in their history for November since 2002:
- Private payrolls increased by 190,000 in November, ahead of analyst expectations of 185,000 but less than the 235,000 in October.
- Manufacturing had its best month of the year with 40,000 new jobs. Service-oriented industries grew by 155,000.
- Moody’s economist Mark Zandi says the jobs market is “red-hot” and there’s a danger it could “overheat” in 2018.
Charles V Payne tweets about the economy:
- Manufacturing Renaissance Talk about promises kept…the revival of American manufacturing is staggering. In the ADP report 40,000 new manufacturing jobs were created in November the highest number ever for the report (back to 2002). Talk about
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Obama about manufacturing jobs in June 2016:
“When somebody says like the person you just mentioned who I’m not going to advertise for, that he’s going to bring all these jobs back. Well how exectly are you going to do that? What are you going to do? There’s uh-uh no answer to it. He just says. “I’m going to negotiate a better deal.” Well how? How exactly are you going to negotiate that? What magic wand do you have? And usually the answer is, he doesn’t have an answer.