with some 90 percent negative mainstream media coverage,
the 45th president has hit his highest approval numbers in 23 months, per the Daily Mail.
On the recent Gallup poll, President Trump is up to 45 percent, stated 1430 AM.
On Rasmussen’s poll, the billionaire-turned-Commander in Chief is at 52 percent, reportedly the best in 23 months.
Per a White House release to the Daily Business News on MHProNews the following citations were reported that claim that tens of millions of Americans are better off now than at any time during the Bush or Obama administration era years.
In news others in the manufactured housing industry trade media have for whatever reasons have opted to ignore, the following quotes are examples that the Oval Office sites as examples that there are some in mainstream media that will report favorable, as well as unfavorable, news.
Boom: Best Economic Optimism in 16 years, 50% ‘Better Off’ Under President Trump
“Public optimism in their personal economy has hit a 16-year high under President Trump, according to a new survey. Some 69 percent told Gallup that they expect their personal finances to be even better next year,” Paul Bedard reports for the Washington Examiner.
“What’s more, the survey company said that 50 percent believe they are ‘better off’ than just a year ago when the current economic surge was kicking in. . . Gallup said that is the first time the level has reach 50 percent since 2007.”
In the New York Post, David Harsanyi writes that “impartial” fact-checkers are revealing their blatant partisanship against President Trump. “With a veneer of impartiality, fact-checkers often engage in a uniquely dishonest style of partisanship. And State of Union coverage gave us an abundance of examples of how they do it.”
In The Hill, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and health policy expert Joe DeSantis write that the Trump Administration’s plan to lower drug costs will “be a significant step toward fixing the health care system in America.” They explain that “not only will this plan save patients money at the pharmacy counter, it will begin to fix the broken economics of drug pricing that cause the huge increases in prices and out-of-pocket costs we have witnessed over the past decades.”
Last week, “President Trump unveiled a new White House initiative — the Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative,” Christopher Barron writes in The Daily Caller. Spearheaded by Ivanka Trump, this first-ever government-wide initiative of its kind “aims to help 50 million women in developing countries realize their economic potential.” Barron adds that it’s also a positive step toward an “America First” foreign policy—and it’s the right time for initiatives like W-GDP that “spread American values of liberty and freedom to every corner of the globe.”
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