President Donald Trump's economy has just reached an all-time high, according to a new Gallup poll. The poll reveals 53 percent of Americans approve of President Trump's handling of the economy. This poll shows growth of 3 percent up from a poll taken in August. Not only that, Trump's economic approval is outstanding compared to what recent Presidents have received.
Gallup wrote, "Trump’s last two ratings on handling the economy — 53% now and 50% in August — are well above the average of 45% on this economic approval measure across presidents extending from Ronald Reagan through Barack Obama.” This is likely due to the recent 4.2 percent GDP growth and over four-million jobs.
Successful actor and star of the "Last Man Standing," Tim Allen is back in the news. In an interview with IndieWire, Allan explained that he enjoys "poking" at liberals "small window of sense of humor. Allen said, “I like to mess around because I’ve been a stand-up fiery comic for 30 years. And I like pissing people off, and I said there’s nothing, especially in this area, that pisses people off more than a very funny conservative. A smart, funny conservative that takes shots and is certainly self-effacing.”
Allen continued, "The left-wing point of view is so pervasive that they don’t even realize it’s a point of view. It is just a point of view. I think this character likes that, he likes to have another point of view. It makes him sharper and more interesting. But we don’t push it. I don’t think we’ve mentioned pro or con Trump once now. I’ve done interviews where I have to ask, ‘Are you asking my character this question?'"
Allen said, "I think it’s funny to make fun of people that are full of themselves. Liberals have a very small window of sense of humor about themselves, so I love poking at it. Two years ago, it was the conservatives, or whatever it is. But right now liberals, particularly progressives, hide behind large concepts. If you don’t agree with them, if you don’t agree with that position, then you hate women, and you hate gay people, and you hate pro-choice people, whatever. And I said ‘that doesn’t fit.'”
Trump responded, "I think I’m doing a great job. We have the best economy we’ve ever had. We’re doing really well. We would have been at war with North Korea if, let’s say, that administration continued forward." Trump said, "Look, I hate to do it, but I will do it, I would give myself an A-plus,. Is that enough? Can I go higher than that?”
President Donald Trump sent a bold message to the New York Times after writing a "phony" story questioning the loyalty of Vice President Mike Pence. Trump said, "Mike Pence is 100 percent. Not even a doubt about it in my mind. He’s been a trooper. … I could not be happier, and I don’t question his loyalty at all. It was a phony story. I doubt they had any sources, a typical New York Times phony story."
Trump told the Times, "They should retract that story. He’s already been tested, in many ways. Mike Pence is a terrific person. How do you do a story like that?. It’s fake news, and that’s what breaks up a country." Recently, Trump asked Pence during a press conference, "Mike, will you be my running mate?" Pence nodded, and Trump said, "Thank you. Okay, good."
President Donald Trump spoke to reporters Saturday before leaving the White House for California. Trump said, "We’re talking about border wall, we’re talking about quite a big sum of money, about $5 billion. This would be a very good time to do a shutdown. I don’t think it’s going to be necessary, because I think the Democrats will come to their senses, and if they don’t come to their senses, we will continue to win elections."
This comes after President Trump ordering 5,800 troops to the border to defend America from the Caravan. Trump wrote, "Our military is being mobilized at the Southern Border. Many more troops coming. We will NOT let these Caravans, which are also made up of some very bad thugs and gang members, into the U.S. Our Border is sacred, must come in legally. TURN AROUND!"
President Donald Trump has answered written questions from special counsel Robert Mueller. Trump spoke to reporters in the Oval Office Friday and told them he answered the questions "very easily" but "you have to always be careful." President Trump did not reveal when he would submit the answers to Mueller.
Trump spoke to his lawyers at the White House and clarified with reporters, "My lawyers don't write answers, I write answers." Trump said, "I’m sure they’re tricked up, because you know they like to catch people — ‘Gee was the weather sunny or was it raining…he said it may have been a good day, it was raining therefore he told a lie, her perjured himself’ — okay, so you have to always be careful when you answer questions with people who probably have bad intentions.”
Not even a day after being arrested on domestic violence charges, attorney Michael Avenatti is still claims that he's "considering" running for President in 2020. Avenatti wrote to a USA Today reporter, "I'm still considering it." Due to defending adult actress Stormy Daniel's numerous lies in court, Avenatti has been dubbed "Creepy Porn Lawyer" by many.
Avenatti was arrested in Los Angeles Wednesday with a $50,000 bail. The police did not release any information on Avenatti's accuser. Avenatti said, "I will not be intimidated. The measure of a person is how they get up when they are knocked down." Avenatti claims before any action he wants to focus on clearing his name, if possible.
When questioned by reporters over a federal judge ruling that the White House must reinstate press credentials for Jim Acosta, Trump has the perfect response. President Trump said, "We had a lot of reporters in that room, many, many reporters in that room and they were unable to ask questions because this guy gets up and starts you know doing what he’s supposed to be doing for him and for CNN and you know just shouting out questions and making statements, too."
Trump told Fox News's Chris Wallace, "Yeah, it’s fine. I mean, it’s not a big deal. What they said though is that we have to create rules and regulations for conduct, etc., etc. We’re doing that, were going to write them up right now. It’s not a big deal. And if he misbehaves, we’ll throw him out or we’ll stop the news conference.”
Waters responded, "Is that right?" The report said, "It’s really important because people realize that like J.P. Morgan, who was doing (inaudible) investments on the black community are making more money while, you know." Waters closed her eyes for five seconds while speaking numerous times. The reporter said, "I’m doing a story on your historic win. On being the next chairman of the National Services." Waters replied with a confused look, "Chairman of the..."
Thanks to President Donald Trump's amazing economy, many Americans have faced increased personal wealth. According to the Global Wealth Report, around 878,000 Americans have become millionaires in the past year. Under Trump, the United States has faced a 6.5 percent growth rate for the nation's wealth compared to the global average of 4.6 percent.
The Global Wealth Report researches wrote, "Looking at the number of millionaires, we see that there are 42.2 million millionaires worldwide, which is up 2.3 million over the previous 12 months. Our research indicates that the United States added 878,000 new millionaires – representing around 40 percent of the global increase – to its already sizable stock.”
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