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7 minutes ago, Sportsnut said:

Already have been released and it is up to 4.0

Due to more people looking.

Jobs numbers were strong, beating expectations and with revised increased numbers for prior months to boot.

Of course, you understand nothing about this. I might as well try to explain it to a door knob.


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19 hours ago, paladin4ever said:

Amazing...17 views by the anti-Trump nutbags on this site and no comments.....crickets...this is why so many #walkaway. Can't find a way to give credit and, therefore, you have zero credibility...it's going to be a long 6.5 years for you fellas. Enjoy!



yea...this is HUGE news!..in light of the new trade-taffif war we just started with China...Mexico....Canada and the E.U....you guys are too funny...always looking for something to hang your hat on....#keepgraspingforstraws

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Pay gains during Trump's first year in office best since the Great Recession

  • The Employment Cost Index, a measure of salary and benefit costs, registered a 2.6 percent gain for the full year, tied for the best since 2007.
  • That gives President Donald Trump the best wage gains since the Great Recession, easily topping any during former President Barack Obama's entire term.
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you want to know who's winning??....the Trump family is...cashing in big time as his minions ^^ cheer him and his family on....O.o


Ivanka Trump's Chinese-Made Products Conveniently Spared From Dad's Tariffs

HuffPost Mary Papenfuss,HuffPost 9 hours ago.



Donald Trump’s tariffs on Chinese goods won’t touch Ivanka Trump’s foreign-made products for her fashion line.

While Trump rails at Harley-Davidson motorcycles for moving some production to Europe to dodge EU tariffs, the first daughter and senior White House adviser has never manufactured a single product for her Ivanka Trump brand on American soil.

Trump enacted tariffs Friday morning on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods, affecting hundreds of products from boats to medical devices and auto parts. Products spared include those manufactured by his daughter.

That means Chengdu Kameido Shoes in Sichuan province can continue to supply shoes for the Ivanka Trump brand as it has in the past. It’s currently bidding for a new contract to manufacture 140,000 pairs of shoes for Trump’s company, a spokesman told The South China Morning Post.

Hangzhou HS Fashion in Zhejiang province also said it’s filling orders for orders for the G-III Apparel Group, which supplies shoes to Trump’s brand.

Until January 2017 all of Ivanka Trump’s products were made in factories in China and Hong Kong, research director Chris Rogers at Panjiva, a global trade data tracking company headquartered in New York, told Politico. Since then, some manufacturing has apparently been moved to other overseas factories in Indonesia, South Korea and Vietnam.

There have been no obvious shipments from China since mid-March, but Rogers speculated shipments may now be more difficult to trace because they could be moving under code names.

Other enterprises and workers in the U.S., meanwhile, are already feeling the heat from a trade war. China’s retaliatory tariffs have targeted U.S. seafood, soybeans, dairy products, cars, apples, whiskey, pet food and cigarettes, among several other products. Farmers are fearful they won’t be able to sell products they had earmarked for China. They also worry that suppliers from other countries will pick up the valuable market — for good — that they have worked for years to cultivate.

“Soybeans are the top agriculture export for the United States, and China is the top market for purchasing those exports,” Iowa soybean grower John Heisdorffer said in a statement. “The math is simple. You tax soybean exports at 25 percent, and you have serious damage to U.S. farmers.” 

Despite the president’s mantra to “buy American and hire American” the Trump family retains major business operations overseas, and the Trump Organization continues to manufacture most Trump products in foreign factories.

The president even continues to profit from partnerships involving the Chinese government through state-supported companies and investments, including in developments in Dubai and Indonesia, notes the Washington Post. Ivanka Trump won a number of valuable trademarks in China just as her father was pushing to lift U.S. sanctions against Chinese telecom company ZTE, over the objection of congressional leaders. Trump announced his support for ZTE 72 hours after the Chinese government agreed to put half-a-billion dollars into the Indonesian project. The deal raised “serious ethical issues,” the head of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics said

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1 hour ago, concha said:


there's nothing to get....he has never had a majority of Americans approval...a majority of Americans distrust him...and he lost the popular vote by 2.8 MILLION votes....

but it doesn't stop him from going out ever week into the "heartland" and re-live election night all over again at his pep rallies for his minions....as they cheer "lock her up" and "build the wall"...LOL........he just needs to feed his ego...and you clowns ^^ help him...:$


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