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PROMISES MADE, PROMISES KEPT: Here’s the Tally of Trump’s ‘289 Accomplishments’ in Only 20 Months

posted by Hannity Staff - 11.05.18

Less than one day before American voters head to the polls to decide the direction of the United States, the Washington Examiner posted a stunning list of the President’s ‘289 accomplishments’ and promises kept to the country.

The tally includes 289 accomplishments and 173 “major wins” such as four million new jobs, record low unemployment, tax cuts, the military gains against ISIS, immigration reform, reducing Americans on food stamps and more.

“Trump’s successes in reducing the cost of taxes and regulations, rebuilding our military, avoiding wars of choice and changing the courts rival those of all previous Republican presidents,” said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform.

Below is a sampling of Trump’s accomplishments. Read the full list at the Washington Examiner.

  • 4.2 percent growth in the second quarter of 2018.
  • 4 million new jobs have been created since the election, and more than 3.5 million since Trump took office.
  • More Americans are employed now than ever before in our history.
  • Youth unemployment recently reached its lowest level in more than 50 years.
  • Rate for disabled Americans recently hit a record low.
  • Median household income rose to $61,372 in 2017, a post-recession high.
  • Wages up in August by their fastest rate since June 2009.
  • Manufacturers are more confident than ever.
  • 12 percent of Americans rate the economy as the most significant problem facing our country, the lowest level on record.
  • Achieved massive deregulation at a rapid pace, completing 22 deregulatory actions to every one regulatory action during his first year in office.
  • Biggest tax cuts and reforms in American history by signing the Tax Cuts and Jobs act into law
  • 9 in 10 American workers are expected see an increase in their paychecks thanks to the tax cuts, according to the Treasury Department.

PROMISE KEPT: President Trump Says New Trade Deal Will ‘Protect’ American Workers

posted by Hannity Staff - 10.01.18

President Trump hailed the new North American trade agreement Monday afternoon; saying the revised international agreement will have the “most advanced protections” for American workers ever developed.

The Commander-in-Chief addressed the nation from the White House lawn just hours after US and Canadian negotiators struck an 11th hour deal to replace NAFTA; calling the new policy the US-Mexico-Canada-Agreement -better known as USMCA.

“Once approved by Congress, this new deal will be the most modern, up-to-date, and balanced trade agreement in the history of our country with the most advanced protections for workers ever developed,’ said the President.

PROMISE KEPT: President Trump Signs Military Defense Bill, BOOSTS SOLDIERS Pay

posted by Hannity Staff - 8.13.18

President Trump signed the National Defense Authorization Act Monday afternoon, approving a military spending budget of $717 billion in 2019 and a 2.6% pay raise for military personnel across the board.

The legislation -named after Senator John McCain- was officially signed into law by the Commander-in-Chief while he visited Fort Drum in New York.

“This authorization will give American war-fighters the firepower they need to win any conflict quickly and decisively,” said the President. “We will replace aging tents, aging planes, and ships with the most advanced and lethal technology every developed.”

“We are the most powerful. We are the best funded. We are the biggest, we are the strongest, we are the smartest,” the President told reporters.

Watch the President’s comments above.

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