European CEOs Investing Billions Back in US, Thanks to Trump Tax Cuts
CNN's Jim Acosta is at it again, complaining in his diary about how the quarterback doesn't even notice him. This is why you don't follow your crush all the way to Europe, Jimmy.
After Trump says of Davos “It’s been really successful...” I asked him how he can be America First if he’s rubbing… https://t.co/sfUrSolzrT— Jim Acosta (@Jim Acosta) 1516902653.0
Face it, Jimbo. The Donald's just not that into you. Being a minion for the fakest name in news might have something to do with it. Besides, Trump had to be getting to dinner. With European CEOs. All giving Trump mad props for the tax cuts (see Shock NYT Poll: Turns Out Americans Like Getting Tax Cuts and Millennials’ New Attitude on Tax Cuts Have Top Democrats Panicked…).
THAT'S how Trump is going to be America First in front of the muckity mucks. Over well-done steak, Diet Coke, and a whole pile of new investments in America.
Seriously, Trump deserves his second scoop of ice cream after what transpired here.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not in love with the idea of fat cats sitting around a table, taking turns to lick the Donald's boots. His ego is already more inflated than Michael Moore after his fifth trip to Arby's. No more stroking necessary. But, hearing European CEOs from big names like Adidas, Volvo, and Bayer pledging to invest ten-figure sums in America, it's near-impossible to fight off a smile.
It's amusing how the media is so critical about "America First" Trump looking to hang with global elites. Except, they have things backwards. It's the global elites who wanted to party down with Trump. All so they can send him back to D.C. with plans for even more jobs and investments. Chalk up yet another win for Trump and America.
Those Democrats are really regretting their opposition to the tax cuts right about now.