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Thanks to the anti-Trump mainstream media, the American people like what is happening with the American economy, but are hesitant to give President Donald Trump any credit for the huge up-swing in the economy.

Yes, the economy was in a slow recovery from the recession created by Bill Clinton’s creative mortgage fiasco, but that growth was very slow. However, in 2017, the Dow Jones has increased by a whopping 5,000 points which has never happened in a single year in the nation’s history. Unemployment of all sectors – whites, Hispanics and black Americans are at the lowest levels in years.

Yet, more Americans polled want to give credit to Barack Obama than to Trump.

(Breitbart) – A new poll shows that American voters are thrilled with the state of the economy, but are reluctant to give President Donald Trump credit.

Seventy-six percent of voters described their own financial situation as “excellent” or “good,” according to a Quinnipiac poll and 63 percent and say the nation’s economy is “excellent” or “good.”

That’s good news for the Trump administration, however, voters are split as to who deserves most of the credit.

It’s interesting that many of the same people blamed President George W. Bush for the recession instead of blaming Bill Clinton, but then that’s largely because the mainstream media blamed Bush for what Clinton did. They refused to tell the American people that the recession was caused when millions of homeowners could no longer make the increased mortgage payments that were the result of Clinton’s orders to create mortgages that put more people in homes. Those payments increased while Bush was president so the liberals and media blamed him instead of Bush. Now the media refuses to give credit to Trump’s America First policies that have not only spurred the American economy, but also much of the world’s economy.

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