There is only one word to describe President Trump’s first day on the job. EPIC!
President Trump performed so “yuugely,” the Teamsters are singing his praise.
Bare with me as I take you back 8 years to The Dark Ages Redux.
Obama showed up to work at the butt-crack of noon. Ok he actually showed up at 8:35 a.m. ET and by 10:45 he had finally quit taking selfies long enough to sign a few executive orders.
Did SCOTUS make the right decision on medical mandates for large businesses?
By 4:30 p.m. that day, the country questioned whether Hillary Clinton would be confirmed as Secretary of State. In other words, not much had been done up to that point.
America’s slave days are over.
Trump started the morning meeting with business big wigs. He saved a few more jobs to add to the 1.3 million he’s already put on the books. He then kept another promise and withdrew the US from the Pacific Rim Trade Deal. Guess what happened after that?
“Today, President Trump made good on his campaign promise to withdraw the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership. With this decision, the president has taken the first step toward fixing 30 years of bad trade policies that have cost working Americans millions of good-paying jobs.
“The Teamsters Union has been on the frontline of the fight to stop destructive trade deals like the TPP, China PNTR, CAFTA and NAFTA for decades. Millions of working men and women saw their jobs leave the country as free trade policies undermined our manufacturing industry. We hope that President Trump’s meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on Jan. 31 opens a real dialogue about fixing the flawed NAFTA.
“We take this development as a positive sign that President Trump will continue to fulfill his campaign promises in regard to trade policy reform and instruct the USTR to negotiate future agreements that protect American workers and industry.”
Hoffa is confident that Trump is here to solve problems. Meanwhile, somewhere on the Left another protest is planned.