I have never seen a group of lawmakers in Washington upset enough to hear that America is back at work. But on Tuesday evening I watched with sincere confusion and disappointment when the Democrats on the speech of the State of the Union on the economic remarks of President Trump frontally, with eyes rolled, hypnotized and growled.

Particularly noteworthy were the dozens of democratic women who had recently been elected to the House and the Senate and were wearing white outfits to unite against attempts by the Trump government to ease the incredible progress that women have made in the last century. So-called progressive love a good symbolic gesture.

President Trump made a big victory round on the economy, and it was well-deserved time. Since Trump took office, more than 5 million jobs have been created, including 600,000 jobs in the manufacturing industry. 304,000 new jobs were created in January 2019 alone. Unemployment is the lowest in almost half a century.

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These numbers were met by democrats with stone faces and eye rolls.

President Trump's policy of promoting growth has raised living standards for real people and families. Nearly 5 million Americans have left the food stamp program since President Trump took office, with African-American and Latin American poverty figures reaching a low of 21.2 percent and 18.3 percent in 2017 respectively.

The address of the State of the Union this year gave the Democrats of the House a choice. They can come to the table and reign as adults, or they can continue to share and destroy. They can carrots to lose Donald Trump, or they can root for the American economy to win.

This progress was met by democrats with marginal comments and head shocks.

There are many other economic victories that are worthy to boast in President Trump's first term. The real growth of the gross domestic product (GDP) surpassed more than 3 percent in the past four quarters and started the year with 3.4 percent. For the first time in 65 years, the US has become a net exporter of energy.

The & c; Tax Cuts and Jobs Act & # 39; saves US households an average of $ 1200 per year on their taxes. Companies across the country will benefit from eliminating 22 lines by Trump for every new one made in 2017 and 12 lines for each new one created in 2018.

If the economic victories of the last two years have undoubtedly been achieved by President Obama, these democratic eye roles would have been applause lines and probably standing ovations.

The address of the State of the Union this year gave the Democrats of the House a choice. They can come to the table and reign as adults, or they can continue to share and destroy. They can carrots to lose Donald Trump, or they can root for the American economy to win.

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President Trump finally broke the ice with the Women in White & # 39; when he said that there are more women in the workforce and more than ever serving in Congress.

Apparently the only jobs where the emerging generation of Democrats is worthy to applaud are theirs.

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