Since the second that Donald Trump was announced as the winner of one of the most controversial campaigns in recent history, he has been pulling out all of the stops with one blow to the left after another. Liberals’ need for power, control, and dependency has come to a screeching halt, and they’re having a hard time dealing with the overhaul.
President-elect Trump went right to work after he won, paving the way to the day he’s sworn into office, but not waiting to make changes before that happens. He’s a man of his word and has a lot of work to do to keep his campaign promise of making America great again, without a single concern for how liberals feel about it. The benefits of his leadership have already been seen and felt and will continue to be as such after he just dropped another bomb about an agreement he just made that the left is sure to hate while conservatives are breathing a big sigh of relief.
One of the biggest detriments to our country and the American people under two terms of Barack Obama’s reign was to the economy. Jobs were collateral damage of this as big companies began bailing out of the U.S., finding cheaper labor outside our borders, leaving people who wanted to work and provide for their families without a way to do that.
Trump spoke to this issue as one of his main concerns and would change it if becoming president. He has already proved that he keeps his promises with arranging for Carrier to stay in the country and created more jobs with that deal, and now has 50,000 more to add to that list.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Trump met with Masayoshi Son, who is the CEO of SoftBank, and ended the meeting with an agreement for the financial institution to invest $50 billion in the U.S. and to create 50,000 new jobs. After making the announcement, Trump revealed in a tweet that the company told him they would not have invested in our country in this way had he not been elected. This seems to be a common sentiment among companies who have changed course to stay in America since he won because they know they can trust a businessman who isn’t a career politician to make it profitable for them and their employees.
Liberals didn’t believe that Trump was true to his campaign word, countering his big ideas and promises by saying that he was full of empty claims. It’s ironic since that’s the hallmark of Obama’s presidency while Trump has done exactly as he said he would and made America financially great already and hasn’t even been officially sworn into position yet.