Ever since he took office, President Trump has done everything in his power to give US workers a fair chance. He has often cited on long the campaign trail and at his rallies that jobs would be coming back to United States.
His administration has adopted many policies to slow illegal immigration and remove illegal aliens from the United States, allowing more opportunity for Americans to get back to work. While these polices have been a positive some areas of labor such as construction have seen a dip in available and qualified workers. In light of this shortage, Home Depot has decided to stand behind American workers.
As reported on Brietbart:
“Home Depot is planning to invest $50 million in training 20,000 American veterans and soldiers, young people, and disadvantaged youth for construction work as the industry has tightened in Trump’s era of economic nationalism.”
Home Depot to donate $50M to train construction workers, address severe shortage https://t.co/v57RCZmXUa That's what happens when you don't open the immigration/work-visa floodgates.
— Mark Krikorian (@MarkSKrikorian) March 9, 2018
This is a “Yuge” positive for workers who may have lost their jobs or were unable to support a family (with illegal aliens bringing down wages and taking American jobs). Now construction companies will be able to hire qualified American workers to join their companies.
Home Depot joins a list of companies that are expanding or investing in the American workforce. That list seems to be growing daily, as the policies and accomplishments of the Trump administration have greatly benefited the American workers.
Home Depot has a long history of supporting Americans, veterans, Olympic athletes and others. It comes as no surprise they would step up to assist other Americans.
This is exactly what it will take to Make America Great Again.