In yet another stroke of ordinary for Trump, he outflanks Obama. Before the man has moved in a picture of Melania and the kids, Trump continues to make presidential moves.
I predicted that President-elect Trump would continue to make these type of moves, until inauguration day. And with each announcement, Obama’s stock drops faster than a dehydrated Hillary Clinton.
As reported by the Washington Post,
President-elect Donald Trump announced Tuesday that Japanese telecom and internet conglomerate SoftBank would invest $50 billion in the United States and create 50,000 new jobs, saying that the decision wouldn’t have been made without Trump’s election win.
Trump appeared in the lobby of the Trump Tower on Tuesday with Masayoshi Son, the chief executive of SoftBank, to announce the news, and later on Twitter claimed credit.
Masa said he would never do this had we (Trump) not won the election!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 6, 2016
Josh Earnest, that’s 50,000 good jobs.
The article continues, of course noting the detractors.
Although Trump claimed credit for the investment, Roger Entner, an analyst at Recon Analytics, argued that much of the $50 billion may have already been destined for U.S. technology companies.
“I think it’s making hay out of something that was there already,” said Entner. “In all likelihood, this comes out of the $100 billion fund. Considering the extremely large part that the U.S. has in the high-tech economy, [Son] would have probably invested something in the neighborhood anyway.”
One thing is for sure, and that is you don’t bring that kind of coin without building a factory.
Consider when Obama and his minions discuss jobs, they can never put their finger on them. It’s like trying to find where the lightning bug will light up next. With Trump, job creation is demonstrable. He’s doesn’t rely on pencil-whipping the American public by pretending to create jobs, only to watch as the unemployment lines swell.
As with Carrier, these deals showcase what having real leadership at the helm can do. And though the Left will pretend that Obama could make these moves, that nagging question remains, why didn’t he? He didn’t because he couldn’t.
Obama is not the one making this announcement; President-elect Trump is.
The Left are deeply concerned, and rightfully so. Their future is tied to Obama stock and the market is shorting him. The real President, not “elect” of the United States is now Donald Trump. And President Trump inaugurated himself, and he’s taking over the economy.
“I don’t need no stinking Oval Office!“
Trump can wheel and deal from anywhere in the world. And the world is on notice. For the naysayers, they won’t admit it, but it’s fun watching what’s happening. Further, as the saying goes, “You ain’t seen nothin’ yet!”
I said this of Carrier, saving a measly 1,000 jobs. Great for the 1,000 families at Carrier and the Indianapolis economy. But a drop in the bucket for Trump.
Again, more “deals” to follow, and then the world comes to America on Jan 21 to kiss the ring. Trump bringing 50,000 jobs will be over and he will work the next big deal the following weeks.
Barack Obama will ride off into “who cares,” and America will be great again.