Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump declared Wednesday that his economic plan will make him the “greatest president for jobs that God ever created.”
Mr. Trump touted his plan to rev up the economy by cutting taxes, reducing federal regulations and negotiating better trade deals in a speech at the Polish American Congress in Chicago.
“We’re going to have job growth like you’ve never seen. I’m very good for jobs,” said the billionaire businessman. “In fact, I will be the greatest president for jobs that God ever created. That I can tell you.”
Here are the top reasons
He’s building a wall
Trump is planning to build a great, great wall (yes–two “greats”) on our southern border between the U.S. and Mexico. The best part? He’s planning to have Mexico pay for that wall, and mark his words, “… I will immediately terminate President Obama’s illegal executive order on immigration.”
Plus, with less authentic delicious Mexican food here in the U.S., obesity rates will probably drop.
He’ll be tough on ISIS
No one will be tougher on ISIS than Donald Trump. Mostly because Islamic terrorism is eating up large portions of the Middle East and they’ve become rich. They even built a hotel making themselves a direct competitor of Trump Hotel.
He can’t be bought
Trump has a confidence and a self-assured, powerful personality that is perfectly suited for politics. Unlike other politicians who tend to be swayed by lobbyists and special interests, Trump is his own special interest and is unlikely to give that power away to anyone but Trump.
He knows how to build an empire
Trump is extremely rich, obviously, and his track record for financial success proves that he knows how to build a successful empire. With the U.S. trillions of dollars in debt, this is the sort of leader that might be able to turn it all around.
He’s an American first
Trump’s loyalty will only be to America and Americans—not any political party, special interest group or foreign entity. Like his slogan reads, “Make America great again!”
He has his priorities straight
He has emphasized beliefs in free enterprise and a strong military. He repeatedly highlights his acumen for success, his ability to get things done, and understanding of finances
He literally wrote the book on making deals
Trump is undeniably a great negotiator, and despite his outrageous public statements in the recent past, he knows how to navigate complex deals and convince a wide variety of industries, businesses, and investors to do what he wants and to work with him to achieve his goals.
He’ll bring people together
He loves all races–well, maybe not Mexicans as he referenced them as “criminals, drug dealers, rapists” but we digress; As a president who respects most races, he will hopefully alleviate the recent tensions between police officials and the African American community.
He speaks the truth
Trump isn’t politically correct. He isn’t afraid to say what he thinks, and he can certainly voice an opinion. If he has an issue with you, he will say it to your face. It’d be nice to have a politician in office with that level of transparency.
He’ll keep nuclear weapons out of the wrong hands
Trump said it himself–he will single-handedly stop Iran from getting nuclear weapons. We aren’t entirely sure how, but he’s Trump; Anything is possible.
He won’t have to focus on his reality TV show
With more time and focus in the White House, there would be less time to star in his own show, “The Apprentice,” hopefully bringing the ongoing series to a halt. It was good for a season or two, but now it’s just obnoxious.
Because he said so
Why would Trump make the best president of all time?
Because he said so.
“I will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created, I tell you that. I’ll bring back our jobs from China, from Japan, from Mexico and from so many places. I’ll bring back our money. … Sadly, the American dream is dead. But if I get elected president, I will bring it back bigger and better and stronger than ever before, and we will make America great again.“
He’ll Investigate Hillary
Donald Trump promised during a presidential debate that, should he win the election, he will instruct a Special Prosecutor to look into Hillary Clinton’s past, and investigate the FBI investigation that concluded it will not press charges against Clinton. This is despite the fact that Hillary deleted 33,000 emails after receiving a subpoena from the United States government.
Democrat or Republican, government corruption is something we should all be working against, and wouldn’t it be great to see Trump start prosecuting politicians who have gotten rich from politics, and broken the law on multiple occasions? Love Trump or hate him, he’s going to lock up people who truly deserve it.
He’ll Impose Term Limits on Members of Congress
Another one for people who don’t like government! Trump announced just weeks before the general election that he has new ways to ‘drain the swamp’.
It seems like the businessman is going all libertarian on us, and he has announced that should he be elected president, he will impose term limits on Members of Congress. This means that people like Senator John McCain and others, who have spent a lifetime working in politics and getting rich in the process, will have to leave politics after a certain number of years and get a normal job, like the rest of America.
He’ll Impose a Hiring Freeze on the Federal Workforce
Trump also has beef with how the government just seems to be constantly expanding and employing more people. So, instead of hiring new people to work in government offices, Trump is proposing that nobody is able to get a job in the federal workforce for at least the next four years.
This will of course not include people being employed in the US Armed Forces or similarly necessary services, but it will mean that government offices that spend half their time rubber stamping offices won’t be getting any new members of staff any time soon.
He’ll Save Billions on UN Climate Change Programs
The United States currently pays the United Nations billions of dollars every year to assist with their climate change programs.
If you’re concerned about global warming then this probably isn’t the policy for you, but if you’re concerned about the fact that the United States now owes almost 20 trillion dollars – and almost 10 of which have been added in the last eight years under President Obama – then this is definitely a policy for you.
He’ll Ban Foreign Lobbyists Fundraising for US Elections
Hillary and the Democratic campaign team are implying lately that Trump is involved with Putin, and that Russia is having an influence on the election. However, Trump seems to be the only candidate talking about how important it is that foreign governments and lobbyists don’t have any power over US elections. Hillary, for instance, has been taking millions from corrupt governments for years – and even raking in millions from Saudi Arabia, a country which doesn’t hold women in high regard at all.
One of Trump’s newest policies is to ban foreign lobbyists from fundraising for United States governments, meaning that it will be only American people and companies who will be able to have a major influence on the result of an election. Sorry, Saudis!
He’ll Ban White House Officials Lobbying for Foreign Governments
This is another policy based on Trump’s fundamental mistrust of government officials. Another one of his ‘Drain the Swamp’ policies is that he will ban all White House officials from lobbying for foreign governments, meaning it will be harder than ever to work with foreign governments and bend the rules to benefit them.
Remember when Trump said that America comes first? This policy shows he really means it, and hell, if a Democratic Party nominee was saying this, it would be just as important. Party politics aside, this policy will ensure that government officials are bound to work in the interests of the United States, and not the rest of the world.
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