By most objective standards, President Donald J. Trump’s Administration has been a resounding success for the country.
But it can be very frustrating when others falsely claim that all the success was due to someone else.
Vice President Pence is making no bones about who deserves the credit.
“It’s been two years of promises made and promises kept, and we’re just getting started,” Pence told the conference audience in Washington, DC. He cited more than four million jobs created since President Donald Trump took office, record low black and Hispanic unemployment, wages rising at the fastest pace in a decade, and the highest middle-class income in recorded history.
Vice President Pence then launched into what he said was a message for former President Obama:
President Obama, you presided over the weakest economic expansion since the Great Depression. When we took over this economy, it was growing by less than two percent, and now it’s growing by more than four percent. This economy isn’t booming because of your policies; it’s booming because we’ve been rolling back the failed policies of your administration since day one.”
Pence hit the nail on the head!
Obama is on the campaign trail for weak Demoncrats, trying to take credit for the success of Trump’s economy.