‘I’ll give her credit’ for giving Trump credit for saving the economy
When the Trump administration released its 2018 budget, President Trump gave credit to the president for his decision to keep the federal deficit in check.
Trump has said he was responsible for the economic recovery and the fact that the federal debt is down to a level that is “lower than it’s been in 20 years,” but critics say the president did not do enough to help the economy during his first term.
Trump has been in office for only three months, so there are many things that he could have done to help stabilize the economy, including tax cuts, infrastructure spending, a reduction in the size of government, and a higher minimum wage.
But he chose to keep his focus on helping the rich and corporations, and to use his Twitter account to praise the president.
The White House released a short statement Wednesday evening on Twitter, noting that Trump is “the first President in American history to pass a budget without a specific spending plan.”
The president “has worked tirelessly to keep our economy and our country moving forward.
As President, he has taken a strong stand on a host of issues that have impacted the American people.
For this reason, I am pleased to announce the President’s 2018 budget includes a $1.5 trillion spending plan to help Americans who need help,” the statement read.”
I will be giving her credit for making the case for the economy to the American public.
It is true that in order to keep a job, we need to invest in the future.
I am confident that we will be able to find ways to keep jobs here in the United States, even as we begin a rebuilding effort.
I know our economy is resilient and resilient America can thrive, even in the toughest of times.”
In recent weeks, Trump has used his Twitter feed to express his support for the president, calling him “the best President” and praising his administration’s “tough talk” in negotiations with North Korea.
In a tweet earlier this month, Trump called for “strong border security” and “the removal of all illegal immigrants.”
Trump also tweeted this week that he has “no regrets” about the border wall he signed into law in 2018.
“It is time for a border wall,” Trump tweeted on April 5.