Monday, July 31, 2017

National Diversity Coalition for Trump: President Trump Is Working To Make America Great Again!

Since January, President Trump has enacted more legislation and signed more executive orders in the first 100 days than any President in the last fifty years.
It's not just about the stats, it's about our President keeping his promises and making good on his word to Make America Great Again!
President Trump is working hard to do what we elected him to do:

Transforming the Department of Veterans Affairs
        From President Trump’s inauguration to July 3rd, the VA fired over 500 employees, suspended 200, and demoted 33.
        22 senior leaders were disciplined.

Pursuing Fair and Reciprocal Trade Deals
        President Trump began the process of renegotiating the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement in response to a rising trade deficit and falling U.S. exports.

American First Foreign Policy And Military
        Iraqi forces recaptured Mosul from ISIS.
        President Trump brokered a ceasefire with Russia and Jordan in southwest Syria.
        Poland, one of the NATO member countries to meet its defense-spending target of 2 percent of GDP, agreed to buy and deploy the U.S. Patriot missile defense system.

        The President ordered the hiring of 15,000 new immigration agents, including 5,000 additional border patrol agents.
        The DOJ transferred immigration judges to six detention centers near the border.
        In fiscal year 2017, ICE has removed 2,798 criminal gang members, compared to 2,057 criminal gang members in all of fiscal year 2016.
        ICE has specifically targeted MS-13 criminal gang members for removal on immigration violations.

Unleashing our Economic Potential
        222,000 jobs were created in June, 187,000 of which were in the private sector.
        African Americans and teenagers (age 16 – 19) are experiencing their lowest unemployment rate since 2000.
        Labor force participation rate increased by 62.8 percent in June.
        863,000 jobs have been added since January, 2017, with 821,000 of which were in the private sector.
        Already in 2017, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has had 24 record highs, including this week.

Eliminating Job Killing Regulations & Wasteful Spending
        In a billion dollar opioid fraud crackdown, the DOJ charged more than 400 people, including doctors and medical facilities, who it said were prescribing unnecessary opioids to addicts and fueling the drug crisis.
        AG Sessions called it: “The largest health care fraud takedown operation in American history.”

Unlocking American Energy
        During “Energy Week,” the President hosted an event to highlight unleashing American energy.
        Unleashed oil and gas development by approving Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines.
        A State Department report estimates the building of Keystone XL alone will create 42,100 jobs, including 3,900 construction jobs, with a total of $2 billion in earnings.


U.S. Companies Post Profit Growth Not Seen in Six Years
By Theo Francis and Thomas Gryta
America’s largest companies are on pace to post two consecutive quarters of double-digit profit growth for the first time since 2011, helped by years of cost-cutting, a weaker dollar and stronger consumer spending.
Earnings at S&P 500 companies are expected to rise 11% in the second quarter, according to data from Thomson Reuters, following a 15% increase in the first quarter. Close to 60% of the firms in the index have reported second-quarter results so far.
Corporate America’s strong earnings performance comes as several policy initiatives that were expected to help boost companies’ bottom line—corporate-tax cuts and increased government spending on infrastructure—have been sidetracked amid political infighting in Washington, D.C., which culminated with the recent failure of the health-law bill.
Key findings of the “White Working Class Voter Project”

A new Democrat survey of working-class white voters in key 2018 districts has Democrats panicking.
The voters that carried President Trump to victory in November largely approve of the job he and Congressional Republicans are doing.
 ·         By a staggering 35-point margin, Republicans are believed to be more likely to “help improve the economy and create jobs” than Democrats
·         Democrats trail on the initial Congressional ballot by 10 points (43% - 33%)
o   Republicans are doing better with those under the age of 60 (45 % - 32%) than those over the age of 60 (42% - 34%)
·         A majority approve of the job President Trump is doing (52% - 44%)
o   Trump’s approval is higher among those under the age of 60 (56% - 40%) than it is with those over the age of 60 (49% - 47%)
o   Trump’s approval is higher in districts surveyed that Hillary Clinton carried (53% - 43%) than ones he carried himself (52% - 45%)
·         A majority also say the Trump Presidency is either going as well as they expected or going better than they expected
·         When asked: “Thinking about Democrats in Congress, what is your greatest concern?” the top 2 answers were “hyperpartisanship/not working with Republicans” and “obstructionist/opposition to Trump”
·         66% of GOP voters approve of the job House Republicans are doing, up from 44% last year
·         These voters’ share of the electorate was stable from 2012 to 2016, but Democrats margin among them got 12 points worse
% of Electorate
% Obama/ HRC
% Romney/ Trump
Dem Deficit
Top Conclusions From Democrats: 
"We suffer from the lack of an identifiable positive agenda. Without it, voters will turn to Trump for progress. With it, we can make significant gains.”
"Our economic deficit is devastating. Voters don’t see special interests as the problem we need to fix.”
You can read the full House Majority PAC-funded survey here.
Complied by the Republican National Committee.