While the media continues to talk about Tweets, and other issues of little-to-no importance, President Trump is fulfilling his promises to the American people.
Market expectations were shattered for the month of February, with the private sector adding jobs at an incredibly fast pace, but for some reason the talking heads are eerily silent.
What’s strange is that most of these outlets couldn’t wait to brag about the jobs being created by Obama and his administration. Now that Trump is in office, and actually fulfilling his promises, the media thinks that Twitter should be their main focus.
For the month of February, Moody’s Investor Service reported that America’s private sector was responsible for creating 298,000 jobs. That certainly is a bit more than what many analysts predicted at 190,000, and yet the main-stream media hasn’t made a peep.
Meanwhile, experts such as Mark Zandi, chief economist of Moody’s Analytics, believe that the growth of jobs is the result of “confidence” in the president, and his agenda.
“Confidence is playing a large role. Businesses are anticipating a lot of good stuff — tax cuts, less regulation. They are hiring more aggressively.”
The Federal Reserve is still waiting for the government’s official report on jobs, and if they are similar to the ADP’s findings many economists predict the Fed to raise short-term interest rates.
To sum it up, 298,000 jobs have been added in Donald Trump’s first month in office. Is president Trump responsible for this creation? That could be debated, but one thing is for sure, he certainly isn’t trying to stand in the way.