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What President Trump Has Done For America



Not only has our President taken the Office of the Presidency seriously—he has accomplished so much for the good of our country. 


Here is a snapshot: 



  • On January 31, President Trump declared the coronavirus a public health emergency and suspended entry into the U. S to help stop the spread. 


  • On March 27, President Trump signed the bipartisan $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law. The CARES Act provided much needed relief to our small businesses and workers and helped stabilize the economy.



  • Millions of Americans received Economic Impact Payment checks.  Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) saved millions of jobs and delivered over 4.2 million loans totaled at over $670 billion. 


  • Many economists credited the PPP with helping to jumpstart our great American comeback


  • In June, a massive 4.8 million jobs were added double what was added in May and blowing past expectations by 2 million.


  •   There was a gain in both the manufacturing and construction industries: Manufacturing: 356,000 gain Construction: 158,000 gain


  • The labor force participation rate increased .7% to 61.5%.  Wages increased by 5% year over year in June.


  • The White House announced President Trump donated his fourth quarter salary to fight the coronavirus. 


  • Under President Trump’s leadership, Congress passed historic tax cuts and relief for hard-working Americans. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is the first major tax reform signed in 30 years and the largest tax reform package in history. 


  • Reforms to expand Medicare Advantage options and Health Reimbursement Accounts have been expanded.



  • President Trump signed the biggest wilderness protection & conservation bill in a decade and designated 375,000 acres as protected land.


  • President Trump made peace in the Middle East by bringing Israel and the United Arab Emirates together for a historic treaty to create diplomatic relations and economic partnerships. 


  • Trump appointed 5 openly gay ambassadors.


  • Trump ordered Richard Grenell, his openly gay ambassador to Germany, to lead a global initiative to decriminalize homosexuality across the globe. Grenell later served as Acting Director of United States National Intelligence in the Trump Cabinet.


  • Trump signed a law to make cruelty to animals a federal felony so that animal abusers face tougher consequences.


  • Trump signed a bill to require airports to provide spaces for breastfeeding moms.


  • Trump signed a bill making CBD and Hemp legal.


  • Trump administration will provide HIV prevention drugs for free to 200,000 uninsured patients per year for 11 years.


  • The administration revived Project Safe Neighborhoods, which brings together prosecutors, police, sheriffs, and citizens groups to put the most dangerous violent crime offenders behind bars.


  • President Trump signed the Fix NICS Act into law in 2018, strengthening the background check system to ensure we keep guns out of the hands of criminals. 


  • Trump signed 3 bills to benefit Native people. One gives compensation to the Spokane tribe for loss of their lands in the mid-1900s, one funds Native language programs, and the third gives federal recognition to the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians in Montana.


  • President Trump signed a bill that creates five national monuments, expands several national parks, adds 1.3 million acres of wilderness, and permanently reauthorizes the Land and Water Conservation Fund.



  • Trump finalized the creation of Space Force as our 6th Military branch.


  • The President signed legislation that permanently funds the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. 



  • Trump’s Department of Health and Human Services provided funding to support the National Human Trafficking Hotline to identify perpetrators and give victims the help they need.


  • The hotline identified 16,862 potential human trafficking cases.



  • President Trump mobilized his entire Administration to address the drug addiction and opioid abuse by declaring a Nationwide Public Health Emergency.

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