Here’s A List Of All The Jobs Trump Has Created So Far Before Even Becoming President

Many, especially the liberal elites and mainstream media, love to bash Trump every chance they can get.  More recently, Meryl Streep berating Trump at the Golden Globes with the false claim about ‘Trump making fun of a reporter.” A claim that has been debunked already time and time again.

What they conveniently forget to mention is how fast of a positive start Trump is off to economically.  The president-elect has quite literally done more for the economy than Obama has done in eight years, before even becoming president.

Here’s the run-down…



The President-elect started off November with a small, yet great deal with air-conditioning giant Carrier. Showing the art of the deal by negotiating with the CEO of the company to keep almost 1,100 jobs and their plant in the US.  Don’t let anyone try to convince you that this was bad deal because of the tax benefits the company received for staying.  There were 1,100 jobs at an average of $30.00 per hour. This equates to $68,640,000 flowing back into the economy every year, dwarfing the $7 million in tax breaks the company received.




After meeting with the President-elect in mid December, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty, said that IBM will invest $1billion on employee training and development in the next four years.  The deal will create more than 25,000 job over the next 4 years, and possibly 50,000 jobs over the next 8.





The headquarters building of Ford Motor Co. stands in Dearborn, Michigan, U.S., on Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010. Ford Motor Co., the world's most profitable automaker, reported record third-quarter net income of $1.69 billion and said it is paying down debt faster than planned as new models boost its U.S. market share. Photographer: Jeff Kowalsky/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Ford CEO Mark Fields announced in late December that the Ford is canceling their prior plans to build a new plant in Mexico.  Fields noted that this is a “vote of confidence” in Donald Trump’s new “pro-business America,” being created by the President-elect.  Many major CEO’s around the country, including Fields, have been very outspoken about all the negative effects the Obama-run EPA has had on jobs and the economical outlook.  Here’s to a new revived Detroit!


President-elect Donald Trump, accompanied by SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son, speaks to members of the media at Trump Tower in New York, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

After a meeting at Trump Tower, Japanese telecoms and internet firm SoftBank Group Corp plans to invest $50 billion in the United States in businesses and create 50,000 new jobs. Trump made the announcement in the lobby of Trump Tower in Manhattan where he met with the head of SoftBank, a diverse company that holds stakes in Sprint, and other firms. “Ladies and gentlemen, this is Masa from SoftBank of Japan, and he’s just agreed with me to invest $50 billion in the United States and 50,000 jobs,” Trump said.

Sprint, a part of SoftBank, confirmed news in a statement saying it would “create or bring back to America” 5,000 jobs, mostly in customer care and sales. Sprint’s CEO tweeted Thursday that these are new jobs that were not previously planned until deal with Trump.

Alibaba Makes Deal With Trump To Create 1 million jobs








President-elect Donald Trump said he had a “great meeting” with Alibaba executive chairman Jack Ma on Monday, when they discussed 1 million new U.S. jobs.

“We’re focused on small business,” Ma told reporters. “We specifically talked about … supporting 1 million small businesses, especially in the Midwest of America. Small businesses on the platform selling products — agriculture products and America services — to China and Asia, because we’re pretty big in Asia.”  This is a big deal, yet the same people that said Trump had a 99%      chance of losing will somehow tell you it’s not I’m sure.


Stanley Black & Decker to open U.S. plant after Trump’s ‘border tax’ threat










“We believe this is an excellent opportunity to re-Americanize and revitalize this legendary brand,” CEO James Loree told investors.

In addition to the threat of trade policies that could damage imports, manufacturing products in the U.S. to sell to American consumers reduces logistics and distribution costs and lowers the company’s environmental footprint, Loree said.

“It makes good business sense for us.”

Stanley Black & Decker plans to expand production and sales to other retailers and business channels. Stanley Black & Decker shares rose 3.5% to $120.54 shortly after the opening bell Thursday.


Are you sick of all the winning yet?  If all goes as planned with just these select few, Trump is set to create MILLIONS of jobs before he is even inaugurated as President of this United States.