President Trump clinched a decisive victory this first year in office. With the passage of the tax cut bill, millions of Americans will enjoy economic prosperity.
It was a kept promise of bringing strength back to the American economy. Trump vowed to put Americans first. Bringing back jobs and slashing taxes is doing just that. Now he is poised to win over the movers and shakers around the world.
His presence at an upcoming economic forum will secure major deals for the United States. Deals that former Presidents were too cowardly to try.
From New York Times:
President Trump is expected to attend the World Economic Forum at Davos, Switzerland, in the coming weeks, an administration official said on Tuesday.
In a statement, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, said the president was looking forward to attending the gathering of world leaders and business executives.
“The president welcomes opportunities to advance his America First agenda with world leaders,” Ms. Sanders said. “At this year’s World Economic Forum, the president looks forward to promoting his policies to strengthen American businesses, American industries and American workers…”
Presidents have rarely attended the forum in Davos, in part out of a concern that it would send the wrong message to be rubbing shoulders with some of the world’s richest individuals.
That’s the New York Times’ take on it. But Donald Trump has wrestled with elitists his entire career. The “blue collar” billionaire has bested the most powerful forces in the industry. As President, I have no doubt that he will make serious waves at this global forum.
Just think about it. Trump and the GOP lowered taxes for American workers and companies. The corporate tax has been reduced. How better to celebrate this achievement, then to win over international businesses?
With better conditions in the U.S., companies from around the world will want to invest in American workers. Instead of building factories and offices in China and elsewhere, they will want to come to the U.S.
President Trump could be going to the forum for that very purpose.
I guess that never occurred to the New York Times.
The man who wrote the book on deal-making is about to score major victories for the United States. Companies from around the globe will start to invest in the U.S. like never before.
H/T New York Times