The Middle Class Doesn't View Trump's Business Deals as Crony Capitalism, but as a Jobs Saving Program 12/9/2016 - A Whittle Bit of Commentary

A Whittle Bit of Commentary with Chad Whittle

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Well Trump did it again! He’s cut another deal, because he’s a deal maker with the Japanese company SoftBank that will include a $50 billion invest in the U.S. and will create 50,000 jobs. This follows up on the Carrrier deal that Trump got done that will keep 1,000 jobs in the U.S. Over the past couple of days some in the conservative media and conservative blogosphere have accused Trump of practicing crony capitalism over the Carrier deal, and compared him to the democrats.  Of course, the difference here is that none of these companies donated money to the Trump campaign for favors later, and all companies receive state tax breaks like Carrier got in Indiana. In Georgia, film companies receive tax breaks if they film in Georgia, so it’s nothing new. Now the conservative media can say whatever they want to about these deals and say its crony whatever, but to the middle class, to the unemployed, to the Trump base, they’re not gonna view it like that. They don’t see crony capitalism, they see jobs. They see a paycheck, they see financial hope. They see Trump keeping his promise to bring jobs back to the U.S. and for many that have been unemployed formonths, years due to Obama policy, all they see is gainful employment and they don’t care about a political ideological discussion. I’m Chad Whittle on A Whittle Bit of Commentary. 

 

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http://www.wsj.com/articles/donald-trump-says-softbank-pledges-to-invest-50-billion-in-u-s-1481053732

 

 

Posted on December 8, 2016 .