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Hi magic wand is trillion dollar deficits. Johnson did the same thing in the sixties and it was also a disaster. 


It's not going to be a trillion; it going to be many, many trillions.

 

He's doing with OUR COUNTRY what he did with HIS BUSINESSES.

 

He threw money at his businesses to make them bright and shiny but could not sustain the influx of money to keep them bright and shiny. One by one, they deteriorated and eventually, BANKRUPTCY.

 

He is BANKRUPTING the UNITED STATES of AMERICA.

 

He will be "out of the picture" before the population of the U.S. realizes this; just like he was "out of  the picture" with his businesses before municipalities, unions, vendors, employees, and others figured out they had been had by this CON MAN.

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and a good percentage of those jobs have opened up in the top levels of the Trump administration as the rats leave the ship in an orderly manner. 


I doubt that instances of replacing a person counts as a new job.

 

However, isn't it nice that President Trump did find his "magic wand" and we are not living with what Obama considered "the new normal"?


Hi magic wand is trillion dollar deficits. Johnson did the same thing in the sixties and it was also a disaster. 

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@Richva wrote:

and a good percentage of those jobs have opened up in the top levels of the Trump administration as the rats leave the ship in an orderly manner. 


I doubt that instances of replacing a person counts as a new job.

 

However, isn't it nice that President Trump did find his "magic wand" and we are not living with what Obama considered "the new normal"?

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and a good percentage of those jobs have opened up in the top levels of the Trump administration as the rats leave the ship in an orderly manner. 

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Can we get a "Thank you, President Trump"??


Nope ..... But President Obama deserves a "Thank You" for saving our country from the devastating Republican recession he inherited. And of course, another "Thank You" for the most successful economy he handed off to Trump who now rides on the coat tails of President Obama's expanding economy!

DUMP TRUMP AND MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!
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Can we get a "Thank you, President Trump"??

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https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/05/business/jobs-report-unemployment-march.html

 

 

 
U.S. Adds 196,000 Jobs in March, a Return to Solid Growth

After a lackluster performance in February, the job market bounced back in March. February’s number of new jobs was also revised upward, to 33,000 from 20,000.

  • April 5, 

The buoyant jobs market that has helped sustain American households for the better part of a decade did not go anywhere.

After an unexpectedly weak February — just 20,000 new jobs were initially reported — concerns arose that the remarkable wave of hiring might be ebbing. But employment surged again last month, beating the expectations of most economists with 196,000 new jobs, the Labor Department said Friday.

Even lowly February looked better: The department revised its report upward to 33,000 jobs. And unemployment remained at 3.8 percent in March, while wage growth kept its momentum, ensuring that pay is growing faster than inflation.

 

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"wage growth kept its momentum, ensuring that pay is growing faster than inflation"

 

More good news.

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