Trumps asks globalists to adopt American economic model

Trumps asks globalists to adopt American economic model
January 21 14:02 2020 Print This Article

President Donald Trump encouraged the global leaders attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland Tuesday to adopt the American economic model. The annual conference includes corporate CEOs, investors, and political leaders. Trump said, “Today, I hold up the American model as an example to the world of a working system of free enterprise that will produce the most benefits for the most people in the 21st century and beyond.”

Trump cited tax cuts, reductions in government regulations and revised trade deals as the reason the American economy has added 7 million jobs in the past three years and surged to record-high Median Household Income. Trump called the American economy “inclusive” and said, “Every decision we make is based on improving the lives of American workers. We’ve built an economy that works for everyone.”

Without specifically mentioning the Climate Change Agenda, Trump took a shot at it. He credited the American Energy Revolution as a factor in America’s strong economy. America leads the world in oil and natural gas production. Trump said that lower energy costs have saved the average American family about $2500 per year. By contrast, high energy taxes in Europe, Japan, and Canada have lowered the standard of living for most citizens. He said countries would be well-served by buying American natural gas.