Its always nice to hear a good story made by a proud successful American about how proud they are of our President.
But of course its nice to come from a minority who is successful, wealthy, and intelligent. One African American is coming forward with a honorable story about President Trump and how he has really benefited the economy for everyone!
And to be more specific, we have BET Founder Robert Johnson with the good news on how Trump is improving black American jobs the most! Currently we are at a 4.1% unemployment rate for African Americans. This is the best it has ever been in over a decade, and its all thanks to President Trump. You have to ignore all the liberal hype telling you otherwise.
According to greatamericanrepublic:
In fact, Obamas “final numbers” according to Fact Check was 4.8% — which in its own right is not bad but he had 8 years to do that. Trump’s first 5 months also exceeded Obama’s on this front. “Liberal hype” wants you to believe that was thanks to the former POTUS but we’ve all seen that Trump has been shaking things up like he promised.
I predict we still have more great things to come. I think if Trump can win his second term… heck I’ll call it… unemployment will be down another whole percent.
As Written and Reported By Warner Todd Hutson for Breitbart:
Black Entertainment Television (BET) founder Robert Johnson said that President Donald Trump is one of the best things to ever happen to the job market for black Americans.
“When you look at that [January report], you have to say something is going right,” said the Democratic entrepreneur.
Johnson then added that Trump has been a boon for the black community.
“You have to take encouragement from what’s happening in the labor force and the job market,” Johnson told Squawk Box. “When you look at African-American unemployment, … you’ve never had African-American unemployment this low and the spread between African-Americans and whites narrowing.”
The television pioneer added that Trump’s policies have brought back into the job market people who have been out for a long time, “some of it based on discrimination, some of it based on changes in education, access and technology changes.….