Want to understand the power of Donald Trump’s economy? All you need to do is compare the November jobs numbers between Trumps’s “America First” economy and Justin Trudeau’s progressive wonderland.
The key takeaway is that leadership matters and it is proven in the numbers released from the U.S. Department of Labor and Statistics Canada.
Friday morning the U.S. Department of Labor released numbers that CNBC’s Jim Cramer described this morning as “the best numbers of our lives”.
Trump’s America First economy added 266,000 non-farm jobs in November, with an unemployment rate of 3.5 percent.
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Referring to Trump, Cramer said Friday: “It doesn’t matter whether you hate him or like him, these are real numbers.” He added, “I don’t see inflation. I don’t see recession.”
Cramer also predicted that this means we are winning the trade war with China, remarking, “The president can walk away from the table with this number.” Because he added, “In the end, the Chinese are going to have to put jobs here.”
Justin Trudeau and Canada were not so fortunate.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation reports that Canada lost 71,200 jobs in November and their unemployment rate jumped to 5.9 per cent.
Comparing the size of the respective populations, U.S.with est. 327,000,000 v Canada est. 36,000,000. Canada’s job losses would translate into 654,000 lost jobs if the U.S. economy had suffered the fate of our northern neighbors.
Now if Trudeau’s Canada had performed like Trump’s American economic juggernaut, they would have added nearly 39,000 new jobs. Next time your “progressive friends” tell you how awesome Canada is, show them this article.
In conclusion, leadership matters and Donald Trump and his economic team and trade advisers deserve tremendous credit for staying the course, while the MSM decried his “America First” agenda.