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Friday, December 2, 2016

The White House and the Trump Carrier deal strategy

Before our main article, remember this: Trump actually has had a bigger triumph than Carrier prior to taking office
. . . Trump appears to be more successful in getting a message across before he is president that Obama did in eight years as President.
We should all remember that Ronald Reagan, the greatest President in my lifetime, caused the Soviet Union to collapse and brought down the Berlin wall, not with starting a war, but with words and strength. It is a shame that Democrats learn so little from history.

Anyway, here is the main point: 
White House gets defensive about Trump’s Carrier win, steps in it BIG TIME…

"Over the last few weeks, we’ve watched liberals try and wrap their minds around how they blew the election, making up every excuse under the sun rather than accept the truth that their policies are out of touch with the majority of Americans in this country. 
"At the same time, we’re watching the Obama administration desperately try to prop up its failed legacy, even as President-elect Trump blows them out of the water even before he sets foot in office.
"The news of Trump’s saving more than 1,000 U.S. jobs from moving to Mexico has put the Obama administration on the defensive on multiple fronts. As if it wasn’t awkward enough that footage of Obama mocking Trump’s plan to save those jobs has resurfaced, Josh Earnest’s efforts to defend the president’s own jobs record only made matters worse." . . . Hat tip to M Fumie Craig

Thomas Lifson: The key to Trump’s Carrier deal: Next generation manufacturing  "In his speech at Carrier yesterday (video embedded below), Donald Trump revealed some information that should comfort those market purists worried about America insulating itself from global markets, and thereby falling behind overseas competitors. He revealed that the reported $16 million is likely to end up much higher figure because the company is committing to next generation manufacturing."

Political Cartoons by Mike Lester

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