“Make America Great Again” has been Donald Trump’s motto ever since he started running for President.
The first steps in making this country great again involved tackling the terrible unemployment rate and bringing big business back to America.
Well, Trump started taking those steps the instant he got into office, and that effort has really paid off.
Seems like you couldn’t turn around without another announcement involving more jobs and more money for the U.S. economy.
The most recent positive news sees Infosys Technologies investing $35 million in a new U.S. Education Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, which will be ready to go by 2020.
The endeavor will bring anywhere from 2,000 to 3,000 new employees to the state and as Vice President Mike Pence said, this is yet another feather in businessman Trump’s hat.
‘From the outset of this administration we’ve been setting records,’ Pence declared, citing historic cutting of regulations, release of American energy, and passage of the new tax cut and reform law.
He lauded the expansion of Infosys in Indiana before noting business growth across the country in the first 15 months of the Trump administration.”
Yes, the Infosys news was just the latest positive upswing for America; Pence went on to give U.S. citizens an update that is sure to make everyone cheer:
“As I stand before you today, more than 500 businesses have announced more than 475 billion dollars in new investments and more than 5.5 million Americans have actually already received a pay raise or a bonus in the wake of the President’s tax cuts.”
To top it all off, Pence then revealed that FedEx is going to spend another $1.5 billion to expand their express hub in Indiana, and the $10 billion Foxconn investment in Wisconsin is kicking off soon.
Then there’s the massive $350 billion investment by Apple in our economy, which will play out over the next five years.
And it’s all because of one man.
“’We have the right leadership in President Donald Trump and on Capitol Hill,” said Pence who added, ‘The best days for Indiana and America are yet to come.’”
Trump’s predecessor didn’t seem to care much about productivity or pride in this country but thankfully, Donald truly knows what it means to “Make America Great Again!”