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BREAKING: Corporate Goliath Drops $450 BILLION A-Bomb On U.S. Economy… Trump Scores Again!

Oh my goodness. Barack Obama, you owe this new president a bow.

Heck, EVERYONE does. President Donald Trump has already done so much for this country, and this includes a mammoth $10 billion commitment from Toyota.

But that’s hardly everything he has done for the U.S. economy in only a few short months.

There’s also the commitment from Elon Musk and his Tesla and SpaceX corporations, as well as the overriding fact that Trump has pumped a massive $2 TRILLION worth of wealthback into the stock market.

And now, Trump has done it again.

Just his reputation for good business, interest in economic growth and rein-in of regulatory governance has already bolstered the U.S. job market.

Case in point:

“Not long after Donald Trump’s victory, Japan made it clear that they wanted nothing more than to work with the U.S. Trump had a meeting with the CEO of Japan’s SoftBank, which announced that they’ll be investing $50 billion into our economy, creating 50,000 jobs in the process. SoftBank has business in China – but they didn’t expand there. They want to expand here,” The Political Insider reported.

Well that’s just a taste of what’s coming.

Now, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is expected during a Feb. 10 planned visit to the White House to announce even more job investment in America – to the tune of $450 billion worth.

That’s another 700,000 jobs.

Once again, oh my goodness. Japan is supposedly going to invest in infrastructure projects, as well as in robotics, artificial intelligence, cyber technology, space and even defense in the United States.

How’s about adding this to the extra $7 billion the U.S. economy stands to earn from Foxconn? How much money is that now…?

I feel like putting up a Roll-Back sign, like at Walmart, only for the Food Stamp program, TANF, that grew so outrageously under Obama. With so many job opportunities, who needs the federal government to feed families?

And that, of course, is the beauty of job creation.

It automatically means citizens are less reliant on the government. It’s that old teach a man to fish thing – you know, give a man a fish, and you teach him to rely on handouts. Teach a man to fish, and you teach him to support himself. Something like that.

H/T: Redwhiteandright

Well, Obama and Democrats prefer the first scenario. Trump and conservatives prefer the second. And it’s the second we’re getting, in the form of thousands of jobs, with Trump.

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