By Jason Lippmann Posted November 16, 2018 05:25:54 President Donald Trump’s first month in office has been marked by many positive aspects.
He has taken the US back to its promise to “move ahead with economic recovery.”
Trump has taken a lot of heat from liberals and the left over the Trump administration’s controversial travel ban, but he has done so in a way that has been able to benefit the American people.
In a year where the US has experienced a major economic recession, Trump has made the case that the US is on the right track.
There has been a sharp increase in the number of Americans who have received healthcare coverage and jobs thanks to Trump’s policy.
The number of people in poverty has decreased in the United States by 15 million, while the number who are uninsured has decreased by more than 6 million.
And in the first year of Trump’s presidency, the US economy grew by more then 3.8%, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
These numbers are incredible.
But there is one problem with the narrative that the American economy is booming.
Trump’s administration has cut hundreds of thousands of jobs in the US.
As we have reported, over the past year, the number that were laid off at the Bureau of Labor Statistics has more than doubled.
BLS said that over the course of 2017, over 20% of the workforce at all government agencies was laid off.
Many economists believe that Trump’s administration’s cutbacks are largely to blame for the economic crisis.
One of the many reports that was released by the Congressional Budget Office on Thursday showed that the federal government’s employment rate has dropped by over 8.4% over the first six months of 2017.
It was the lowest employment rate since the first quarter of 2018, and it was the third lowest unemployment rate in at least 25 years.
Over that same time period, the federal government had increased spending by over $1 trillion.
President Trump’s Administration has also cut the size of Medicaid, a program for the poor and disabled, by more than $600 billion.
Medicaid is a program where people who are unable to work due to health conditions can receive a subsidy from the federal government, and the money is supposed to go towards the care of those who are seriously disabled.
During his first week in office, Trump signed a bill that removed millions of people from Medicaid.
However, the Trump Administration also proposed a $1.5 trillion cut to other federal programs.
With the new administration coming in, Congress has proposed more cuts in the coming months, including a $2.4 trillion cut to the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Additionally, the House Republicans have proposed a $5.8 trillion reduction to the Department of Education.
While these cuts are significant, they are not the only reason for the economic problems that the Trump’s administration has created.
Since Trump took office, more than 200,000 jobs have been lost.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are more than 23 million jobs that have been created since the Trump administation took office.
To put this in perspective, since Trump was sworn in, the US employment has been up by over 2 million percent.
This is an economic crisis that has left millions of Americans struggling.
So why are these jobs lost and what can the American public do about it?
A recent study by the Wall Street Journal found that there were almost two million job losses in America’s private sector between March and July of 2017 with some estimates suggesting that as many as 3 million jobs could be lost in the next two months.
Even if Trump is able to avoid economic crash and federal aid cuts, he is unlikely to get these jobs back.
President Joe Biden said during his second inaugural address that the US economy was on the brink of catastrophic collapse.
What Trump is trying to do is move ahead with economic recovery and get the economy back to full health.
Now, if this trend continues and the economy continues to grow, people will continue to be helped by the government and the economy will be helping them with more job opportunities.
Source: Wall Street Journal