Beyonce Has A Big Problem With What Melania Was Seen With, Accuses Her Of Stealing From Her

If this does not establishes that people today have far too much time on their hands, nothing will.

Last month President Donald Trump-hosted French President Emmanuel Macron to the first formal state dinner of his presidential government.

In a entrance ceremony featuring a 21-g*n salute and a review of troops. The festivities included nearly 500 members of the five military branches and it is really a spectacle to be seen.

But because most of us know by now that we just lack the intelligence level nowadays to appreciate a service such as this, what caught the eye of their keyboard commandos online wasn’t the service, it was non-other than Lady Melania’s hat.

We have the lowest African American unemployment rate ever recorded. We’ve got companies moving back from abroad and individuals are getting raises and bonuses. Along with internet keyboard commandos and the media are concerned about the first lady’s hat?

Compared when Obama would gloat when our unemployment numbers fell from 9 percent to 8.9 percent the media along with the jobless liberals on the internet would rejoice for months but Obama’s entire 8 years in office had been an economic recession.

And today’s booming market is due to this Obama Administration. It is since the Obama Administration has been gone and was replaced by the powerful Trump Administration that made people started to trust the economy once again.

Here is more about the economic numbers through The Epoch Times:

“The unemployment rate fell to 3.9 % in April. The only time it has dropped so low because 1969 was in April 2000–for a single month, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Employers added 168,000 jobs in April, fewer than the expected 193,000, partially because “cool weather could have reduced hiring in construction and other sectors,” in a research report obtained from Citibank.

Wages advanced less than anticipated, at 0.1 percent, which may ease concerns that inflation pressures are quickly building up, probably keeping the Federal Reserve on a slow path of monetary policy tightening.

“Now’s jobs report reinforces a range of topics we’ve highlighted: (1) US growth is set to accelerate in Q2, even as the rest of the planet might be slowing, (2) the unemployment rate is likely to fall faster than Fed expectations, and (3) despite strong economic growth and a low unemployment rate, inflationary pressure remains muted,” Citibank explained.

Manufacturing additional 24,000 jobs, up from a gain of 22,000 in March.

Workers in the NLMK Indiana steel mill in Portage, Ind., on March 15, 2018. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)
President Donald Trump cheered the fall in the unemployment rate on Friday, May 4.

“I believed the jobs record was quite good. “That has not been achieved in a very long time … we’re at full employment. We are doing good.”

The unemployment rate is an incomplete index, since it excludes those who haven’t sought work within the previous four months.

Component of this April drop in the rate was due to more people leaving the workforce.

You will find almost 95 million individuals not in the work force, such as those over the age of 16 who don’t work and are currently not searching for work, largely since they research, are sick, retired, or homemakers (pdf). Among these, there have been over 5.5 million that wanted a job in 2017, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

This amount has been decreasing in recent years–a hint that more people who’d given up on finding a job are now trying again and again achievement.

“We’ve got people who are not working. We’ve got individuals that have no incentive to get the job done. But they are going to get incentive to operate, because the best social program is a job,” he stated in his announcement speech in Trump Tower.

He has not stopped emphasizing the stage as.

“here is a great stat — because January 2017, the number of people forced to use food stamps is down 1.9 million. The American people are finally back to work”

The economy has been on a streak of violating expectations with private industry wages and salaries growing from the first quarter at the fastest rate since 2007. Claims of unemployment benefits dropped to the lowest level since 1969 at the week ending April 21.

Employees are also beginning to see higher take-home pay, as reduced withholdings because of Trump’s tax cuts have been kicking in.

Surveys suggested many workers failed to see the tax cut increase to their paychecks until late in the first quarter.

Household disposable income rose at a rate of 3.4 % in the first quarter, accelerating from the fourth quarter’s 1.1 percent pace. Households also fostered savings.

The economy has been invigorated by the “Trump impact”–a boost to confidence in the economy linked to Trump’s cuts to regulations, taxes, and planned investment in infrastructure”

Featured Image Source H/T: EpochTimes

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