Women Win in Trump’s Economy

Trump economy women“Women are winning in the Trump economy.” That’s a headline that should be emblazoned on the front pages of every major newspaper in America today and dominating TV newscasts from Boston to Seattle. Yet, isn’t, thanks to the impeachment circus Democrats are using to distract the nation’s attention.

Don’t let them. Employment records are being shattered in real time — elevating our mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts and neighbors with life-changing economic empowerment.

Last week, The Wall Street Journal reported that for the first time in almost 10 years women, have overtaken men in the workforce.

“Women held more U.S. jobs than men in December for the first time in nearly a decade, a development that likely reflects the future of the American workforce,” Amara Omeokwe reported Jan. 10. “The share of women on payrolls, excluding farmworkers and the self-employed, exceeded the share of men in December for the first time since mid-2010, Labor Department data released Friday showed.’ Adding, “Women held 50.04% of the jobs last month, surpassing men on payrolls by 109,000.”

Thanks to President Donald Trump’s leadership and smart moves with the economy — cutting taxes and job-killing regulations — in addition to other capitalist, free market principles long supported by the Republican party, millions of women across American have now been lifted out of poverty and are no longer reliant on government assistance.

Instead, these women are experiencing hope and the opportunity for brighter futures, a renaissance of the American dream.

Not surprisingly, this is one of the driving forces behind the Democrats hate-filled “resistance” and never-ending persecution of the president, saddling him and his administration with one partisan-fueled investigation after another including the latest impeachment charade. It’s because House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and her comrades at the Democratic National Committee know that without the powerful female electorate in their corner come November, Trump will be reelected.

Hence the radio silence on the campaign trail from Democratic presidential contenders, including candidates Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., and their allies in media. You won’t hear any of them touting the record-breaking unemployment numbers for all Americans, especially the historic low of 3.2% for women.

Nor will they mention the 7 million jobs the Trump administration has created since his inauguration — including 500,000 manufacturing jobs –benefitting labor workers.

To the contrary, liberal lawmakers refuse to acknowledge the roaring economy benefitting their constituents or the significant trade deals the president and his administration are putting into place. This includes the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement the U.S. Senate voted 89-10 in favor of on Thursday and the Phase 1 trade deal with China the president succeeded in negotiating this week, benefitting the American worker.

The left’s playbook is to distract voters’ attention from Trump’s many achievements, both domestic and abroad, and flood the news cycle with impeachment talk and other manufactured crises in hopes that we don’t notice our fatter paychecks, blossoming pensions and 401(k)s.

Ludicrous, I know.

All the while, Democrats continue to pay lip service, saying they’re the party for “equal pay,” “child care” and “female empowerment” while the Trump administration is actually moving the needle on all these things.

Reminding us of Benjamin Franklin’s wise words, “Well done is better than well said.”

Reprinted with permission from - Real Clear Politics - by Adriana Cohen

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2 years ago

That is good in some ways, but who is taking care of the children?

2 years ago

Reminding us of Benjamin Franklin’s wise words, “Well done is better than well said.”

How I wish former Pres. Obama had DONE something–ANYTHING!–rather than say stupid things about the economy for the entire 8 year period he was in office. Millions of us might not have lost our businesses or most of our assets in the longest recession my little business suffered through in the 40 years it had been in operation.

I look forward to opening a business again, despite my age! But I need all of you to vote President Trump into office for another 4 years. Pass it on!

Keep it Honest
2 years ago

On the surface this report on women having more jobs than men is a huge positive. However, what is really needed is to show that the average pay for women has increased over the past three years. I have to question if more women are working because the families need more disposable income. Is more women in the work force a truly positive indicator?

2 years ago
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Isn’t that better than having fewer women working? Isn’t it better than having women who want to work but aren’t able to find a job? Sure it is!
A low unemployment rate works well for all people with a job. There are plenty of good jobs going unfilled because of full employment. That drives up the cost of labor, regardless of gender. It’s a simple supply and demand equation. Employers are willing to pay more to attract good emloyees (or ANY employees), enabling those who are less than satisfied with their current positions to find something better.

Household income has increased faster over the last 3 years than it has for decades, so you can’t deny that President Trump is doing something right.

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