ITS OVER! What Trump Just Did Will Save American Jobs And OBLITERATE Obama’s Legacy

President Trump just dropped the hammer on Obama’s 12 nation trade policy and removed the United States OUT of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, also known as the TPP.

This is a wonderful thing because it allows us to put more emphasis on America, our workers, and put us in the forefront of increasing wages for the working man, in particular, the working middle class.

This obliterates Obama’s TPP legacy of not putting America’s interests FIRST and will hopefully save tons of American jobs.

We need our people working, building, and being productive.

President Trump is taking steps to ensure working Americans get and keep jobs. He wants people working because then the country thrives under his leadership. He’s got an ego to fulfill and Trump thrives on winning. A successful America would be the ultimate ego boost to any President. What President wouldn’t want that? (don’t answer that)

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Daily Mail reports – The deal had not yet been ratified and was considered dead on arrival once Trump won the presidential election. Trump railed against the agreement on the campaign trail, calling it a ‘rape of our country.’

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Monday that the president is ‘moving quickly’ on trade policies to make the United States more competitive and has appointed ‘tough and smart’ experts to fight for American workers.

‘This is a strong signal that the Trump administration wants free and fair trade around the world,’ he said, calling it a ‘new era.’

A copy of the memo White House released began: It is the policy of my Administration to represent the American people and their financial well-being in all negotations, particularly the American worker, and to create fair and economically beneficial trade deals that serve their interests.

‘Additionally, in order to ensure these outcomes, it is the intention of my Administration to deal directly with individual countries on a one-on-one (or bilateral) basis in negotiating future trade deals.

‘Trade with other nations is, and always will be, of paramount importance to my Administration and to me, as President of the United States.’

Great news for American workers! America is amazing and we need to ensure that it stays that way. Imagine how much further our civilization would be if we had more productivity in our country? We’re great now, but we’re about to get greater – because that’s what you do when you’re the greatest country in the world.

This is a good start, but let’s remember that we have to make sure the new trade deal benefits us, is fair to all, and everyone benefits from it.

Some people might think this makes America look greedy or have a “me first” attitude. I’m OK with that. We’re a MASSIVE country, the best in the world folks! We want something, we trade for it, and we deliver things to help others. Our country and it’s people have no problem helping others, but we have to help ourselves first.

The better off we are, then the more we can help others.

A fair trade that puts our interests first, also letting other countries put their own interests first, can easily be negotiated. It just takes a little bit of work and might be more tedious to get to the point where all nations involved are happy – but it CAN be done and perfected.

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