With that, I was reminded that since the beginning of the year, the stock market has returned to near historical levels after Trump’s presidential election win. It has been at its greatest level ever since then. Donald Trump said that what his election campaign accomplished was to send economic growth back to normal, and to keep working hard to keep it there. It is not good for business. It is nothing in the name of “job creation.” It is bad for jobs. It is nothing that is positive for good or bad for America.
As president I am sure that we will continue to be challenged by all major political parties as we approach the crucial election season where the party of the ‘war on terror.’” At every step of my presidency I have pushed for a more open and transparent government through transparency, transparency in political and economic operations and openness of the financial markets to all Americans. The Federal Reserve’s “rigged cycle” has proven itself as a corrupt and destabilizing source of instability and fear that has created a huge financial system meltdown in the United States with hundreds of millions of people living under the effects of the financial and economic system’s system bailouts and bank bailouts. I have used this information to tell policy makers: keep the Fed in the business of being the true reformer and keep the business of financial reform in business, making sure everyone has access to it. Make sure all of us have access to it too.
In a country still in what could likely be called “fiscal consolidation,” I am determined that both parties in Congress should get along and try to work around their differences in ways we can avoid the same tax and regulatory problems that are happening today. I want to build an economy that is both healthy for American workers and full of innovation and opportunity for all Americans. To that end, I am working to bring federal funding into public education, creating jobs and increasing tax revenue to help grow the middle class. Since 2005, my administration has been a leader in promoting bipartisan solutions to make our nation’s educational system better that works for all Americans. I have also engaged in a bipartisan effort to make sure that people of all backgrounds and backgrounds from all walks of life have access to the same learning opportunities that are given to all Americans.
In my administration, I have been very successful in providing better quality and affordable college for all. I have brought jobs from Wall Street to our country’s universities to help build middle class communities and provide the jobs that make Americans better Americans. But, for all of those jobs to do really well, the job is to bring prosperity and opportunity and opportunity to all Americans. When we put people to work, and I want to do that every day to ensure that America is better than it is right now so that we can rebuild our country and maintain our power over these future generations, we need to be on the same page as George W. Bush and Barack Obama, and that is making sure that we are on the same page with the next administration at the next election.
I have listened to both Senator Charles Schumer and Representative Ron DeSantis. We know that America can be an innovative country and America’s economy is doing exceptionally well compared to its past. I am committed to creating millions of jobs across our country, while allowing middle class Americans the opportunity to achieve higher living standards for all. I am calling on Congress and the Congressman from Minnesota to support a new Congressional Budget Office report that supports a bipartisan plan to prevent and help our people from leaving our country as much as possible because they know it will cause economic damage, and that their continued exposure to government and financial collapse also means they need to understand how our country will fail.
I recently took part in an important debate on tax reform. Both my Republican colleagues in the House and Governor Chris Christie have already agreed to this important idea. We need to focus on the economic plan for next year with tax reform. However, we know that our taxes will make a huge economic difference for people and their families. Our families built their livelihoods from businesses that earned $60 billion in 1992-93, and the next wave of job growth will provide jobs in a very small number of industries. We are also working through the Republican bill that will make many of those jobs available to those who haven’t had a chance to work. My administration has always done a great job moving forward on this issue to help those who need it most from every direction and at the same time help all Americans in keeping their jobs. I expect to continue working on this issue while I work with my colleagues in both houses on tax reform. You will hear more about my efforts to make American families brighter tomorrow while you are listening to me. me in the Washington.
There is one thing that I will not always have in America, but that I fear.