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This Might Have Been President Trump’s Most Amazing Week Ever
The first week of September 2020 was quite possibly the best week on record during the Trump presidency. Naturally, instead of factually reporting on president’s phenomenal job, the fake news media focused on a fake news story that claimed – inexplicably – that President Trump had said mean things about America’s fallen war heroes in a story based entirely on “anonymous sources.” That story was so false that event the…
June Jobs Report Beats Expectations, Unemployment Falls
America faces perhaps its most crucial vote in November as jobs and prosperity hang in the balance. The pandemic shuttered the economy and sent upwards of 30 million people to the unemployment rolls. Democrats such as Joe Biden want to scuttle the robust economy the middle class was enjoying before COVID-19 forced us to stay at home. In its place, far-left agendas such as the Green New Deal would replace…
More Good News from the Latest Jobs Report
The media certainly hates any good news while Trump is President. They went full force in trying to make the latest jobs report sound like bad news. There were two numbers they harped the most. The first is the number of new jobs. It fell below expectations for the first time this year, so they jumped on that. Economists predicted around 190,000 new jobs for July, but the report only…

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