The U.S. and the Trump Economy

Born in the 14th of June 1946, he is the 45th and the current president of the United States of America, he took office last January 20 of 2017. He was a famous businessman and tv personality before he entered politics, was born in Queens, New York City.

Studied in Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania where he earned a degree in economics.

He ventured in various types of businesses by the likes of real estate, side ventures, foundations, branding and licensing. He also dove into legal affairs and bankruptcies. He appeared in many television programs most notably in the Apprentice and in professional wrestling.


Political Career

 Trump pondered running for president in 1988, 2000, 2004 and in the year 2012. From the year 2001 until 2008, he considered himself as a Democrat and endorsed Republican John McCain for president.

Trump was known to have made campaign contributions to both of the Republican and Democrat Party candidates. He openly endorsed Mitt Romney for president in 2012.

In the 16th of June of 2015, he announced his candidacy for President of the United States.


Trump Economy

 In recent news, it was reported that Trump rates best on economy, although the majority still do not agree with this information.

A recent poll reveals that President Trump produced his highest approval ratings on the economy. However, a small majority of the polled still disagree of the president’s handling of it.

According to the data poll released by Gallup on MOnday, it is surveyed that fifty-one percent showed that they don not approve of how Trump is handling the economy as the president of the United States, while 45 percent said that they approve.

The Job approval rating under Trump is currently at 37 percent, in contrast to this, 59 percent stated that they don’t approve of the job he is doing in the White House.

Trump achieved his second highest policy number at 37 percent with the help of taxes, which comes as both the Senate and the House go after tax reform legislation. In spite of this, there are still 55 percent who don’t approve of how Trump is dealing with taxes.


The lowest approval rating for health care is only 31 percent. 64 percent of the Americans do not approves of Trump’s performance on handling the health care. These numbers are the result of repeated failed attempts of the Republican to repeal and replace ObamaCare, this was one of the highlights of Trump’s presidential campaign.

A total poll of 1,028 conducted from November 2 up to 8 of individuals over the age of 18 has a 4 percent points of margin of error.