President Trump was the jobs candidate. No doubt about it. On the campaign trail, it was clear that he was the candidate who knew what it takes to grow the economy.
So far, he’s done nothing but come through on that promise.
Jobs have already started coming back from Obama’s slowest recovery since World War II and companies across the globe have made it clear they intend to invest in America.
Some big news came across the wires confirming that conclusion today.
Leah Barkoukis has the details.
President Trump on Thursday announced a major semiconductor company will be relocating to the United States.
The $100 billion Broadcom Limited, currently located in Singapore, is moving to Delaware once shareholders approve, bringing $20 billion in annual revenue back to the United States.
The company, which manufactures communications chips worldwide, said the GOP’s business-friendly tax plan will make the U.S. easier to do business in.
I’ll take it.
Think those jobs come to America if Hillary is president?
Why does my gut tell me no?
If you’ve been paying attention, you know Trump has been killing it on the economic front.
From Fox Business:
The U.S. economy grew a bit faster than previously estimated in the second quarter, recording its quickest pace in more than two years, but the momentum probably slowed in the third quarter as Hurricanes Harvey and Irma temporarily curbed activity.
Gross domestic product increased at a 3.1 percent annual rate in the April-June period, the Commerce Department said in its third estimate on Thursday. The upward revision from the 3.0 percent pace of growth reported last month reflected an increase in inventory investment.
And he did all that without his tax plan in place. Once that gets through. The economy will continue to skyrocket.
Good things happening.