Giant Trump WINNING Thread

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  1. BiceBiceBice

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    Now that is a real winning policy, abolishing a socialist doctrine of "heil the flag now everybody is a genious".
    Trump himself said it in the most harsh way possible, the american dream wasn't dead, it IS dead. Only he wants and can bring it back, happy 4th Americans!
     
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    Graph of winning hehe.
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    "omfg. The House of Representatives has introduced a bill called the “Unmasking Antifa Act of 2018,” which carries a potential 15-year prison sentence for anyone caught engaging in behaviors typically associated with anti-fascist activists." - some twitre ho

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    This is one of those laws that could come back to bite everybody, but this is clearly aimed at letting Trump supporters and the like protest without antifa thuggery.
     
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    Reminder: This could have been President if not for Trump
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    Trump's Tight Labor Market Delivers Rising Wages for Wisconsin Rust Belt | https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/07/25/trumps-tight-labor-market-delivers-wage-increases-for-wisconsin-rust-belt/

    "American workers are seeing rising wages in western and central Wisconsin, just one of the rust belt states that President Trump won in the 2016 presidential election on his platform of economic nationalism."

    American Teens Securing High-Paying Jobs in Trump's Tight Labor Market: 'I've Never Had to Work Fast Food' | Breitbart | https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/04/19/american-teens-securing-high-paying-jobs-in-trumps-tight-labor-market-ive-never-had-to-work-fast-food/

    "A tight labor market, thanks to President Trump’s “America First” agenda, is securing high-paying jobs for American teens who otherwise would have been pushed out of the workforce."

    Trump's Tight Labor Market Secures $18 Wages for Chick-fil-A Workers | Breitbart | https://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/05/30/trumps-tight-labor-market-secures-18-wages-for-chick-fil-a-workers/

    President Trump’s tightened labor market, largely due to increased interior immigration enforcement, is securing higher wages for California Chick-fil-A workers.
    A Washington Post report reveals that a Chick-fil-A in Sacramento is looking to retain its workers in the tightened labor market by increasing wages from the current rate of about $11 an hour to up to $18 an hour.
     
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    These guys are really tired of (US) winning.
     
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    Trump, EU agree to work on lowering tariffs, averting a potential trade war | https://www.cnbc.com/2018/07/25/trump-we-hope-to-work-something-out-on-a-fair-trade-deal-with-europe.html

    Trump, EU agree to work on lowering tariffs, averting a potential trade war
    • President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced that he had secured concessions from Europe, averting a potential trade war.
    • The Dow Jones Industrial Average popped Wednesday afternoon, rising more than half a percent on the news.
    • The Europeans agreed to lower industrial tariffs and import more U.S. soybeans.

    TFW the lugenpresse sets you up as an ABSOLUTE MADMAN that could do anything, so you leverage that to negotiate concessions from the Euros. Thanks, Fake News!
     
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    2008 was 10 years ago.
     
  15. Boneflour

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    https://nypost.com/2018/07/28/team-trump-is-looking-to-get-ahead-of-the-next-jobs-crisis/?

    The next Jobs Crisis is that there are too many jobs and not enough people trained into specific skillsets. Trump is changing that by... free college? NO, by revamping skills-training programs and bypassing college degrees:

    "Plus, the Council hopes to shift the popular mindset that every child must go to college. Too often that only saddles kids with debt, even though plenty of good jobs don’t require BAs: A Georgetown University study last year found 30 million positions with a median pay of $55,000 a year don’t require college. Notably, the construction industry is now badly short on labor."

    Man, it SURE SUCKS that all these different industries have to raise wages and provide job training just to get enough people in to make ze more money. DANG.
     
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    “There Won’t Even Be a Paper Trail”: Has Stephen Miller Become a Shadow Master at the State Department? | https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2018/08/stephen-miller-refugees-state-department

    For the past year, Miller has been quietly gutting the U.S. refugee program, slashing the number of people allowed into the country to the lowest level in decades. “His name hasn’t been on anything,” says a former U.S. official who worked on refugee issues. “He is working behind the scenes, he has planted all of his people in all of these positions, he is on the phone with them all of the time, and he is creating a side operation that will circumvent the normal, transparent policy process.” And he is succeeding.


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    Companies Say Trump Is Hurting Business by Limiting Legal Immigration | https://www.nytimes.com/2018/09/02/business/trump-legal-immigration-h1b-visas.html

    Companies Say Trump Is Hurting Business by Limiting Legal Immigration

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    "Hospitals in particular argue that they need foreign doctors who are more willing than native-born Americans to take jobs in less glamorous and lower-paying fields, like internal and family medicine."

    IF THIS CONTINUES WE WILL HAVE NO UNEMPLOYMENT AND WILL HAVE TO *GASP* RAISE WAGES FOR WORKERS
    WON'T SOMEONE THINK OF THE CORPORATIONS
     
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    "
    Mr. Trump’s “hire American” push is helping some domestic businesses. One of those is Nexient, which provides software services and competes with firms in India and elsewhere. Fearful of becoming too dependent on offshore firms, corporate customers are increasingly interested in having domestic partners, said Mark Orttung, Nexient’s chief executive.

    “You still have to win the business, but it has been an accelerator for us,” he said.

    Nexient is based in Newark, Calif., but its programmers are mainly in Michigan and Indiana. The start-up employs more than 500 people, up from 400 last year."

    WHAT

    CORPORATIONS ARE HIRING AMERICANS FROM AMERICAN FIRMS TO DO CODING WORK

    THIS IS NOT OKAY

    CROPS ARE ROTTING IN THE FIELDS HERE

    NOT OKAY
     
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    STILL NOT TIRED!
     
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