President Trump Discusses The U.S. Economy and the Envy of The Davos Elite…

During a pause between meetings President Trump sat down for an interview with CNBC in Davos, Switzerland.  Joe Keren notes the talk of Davos is the strength of the U.S. economy and how the results of the America-First national economic policies of President Trump are stronger than all Davos attendees anticipated.

This wide-ranging interview may even be better than the Fox Business interview as it presents more depth of insight into the next steps for President Trump’s global trade reset.  Obviously Europe is not looking forward to negotiating new reciprocal trade agreements with the Trump administration.  WATCH:

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36 Responses to President Trump Discusses The U.S. Economy and the Envy of The Davos Elite…

  1. eatmorebaconcheeseburgers says:

    Hell Yeah.

    Liked by 5 people

  2. Love the last photo in the artwork…could be a great poster for the re elect…

    Trump—All-in for America!

    Liked by 14 people

  3. Perot Conservative says:

    I’m not tired of Winning!

    Does anyone have a link to the over 9% wage increase for construction workers in Q4?

    Atlanta FedNow GDP forcast for Q4 still 1.8% … makes no sense given:

    – consumer confidence up.
    – trade deficit decrease of over 8% in November (isn’t that a double whammy for GDP?)
    – housing starts huge jump, which spurs so many other industries

    I would think GDP would be over 3%, possibly even over 4%.

    Liked by 4 people

  4. Somebody's Gramma says:

    I LOVE THIS PRESIDENT!! Outstanding job!! Because of PDJT, anyone who wants a job, can get a job, and able bodied persons without dependents don’t get a hand out on my dime! And thank you Ivanka for working with the large businesses who have signed on to INVEST IN PEOPLE with training for better jobs. He says, “The best is yet to come”, and I can’t imagine it getting better than this… oh, maybe I can, like the cost of healthcare is ridiculously high!!!! In some working class families, one spouse works just to pay for family healthcare, and the other spouse works to keep a roof over their heads and food on the table. It should not be that way. Rip Obamacare out by it’s roots!!!! And I keep hearing that he’s lowered drug prices. Not sure what drugs he’s talking about, but cancer drugs can run $12,000 per month. And my drug insurance pays for nothing, so yeah, I guess the best STILL IS to come. KEEP GOING POTUS!!

    Liked by 6 people

  5. Bree says:

    Obama could never give an interview like this! President Trump is amazing!

    Liked by 8 people

  6. Mike in a Truck says:

    I hope he abolishes the Federal Reserve in his next term.Then we’ll see the economy really take off.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. sundance says:

    The People’s President !!

    Liked by 19 people

  8. Laurie Walker says:

    Inside information at it’s finest. Bloomberg thought he was going to be Secretary of State, but it was really going to McAuliffe!

    Liked by 5 people

  9. sysconfig says:

    I’m gobsmacked at the command over every issue and question Trump has. The interviewer covered and threw everything with no soft balling whatsoever.

    Liked by 5 people

  10. RJ says:

    Great interview!

    Liked by 2 people

  11. Val says:

    “An epidemic can affect the GDP..” Please, don’t tell me they’ll be rooting for the virus now!

    Liked by 1 person

  12. jmarshs says:

    America is really a business. Trump gets this.

    We were founded by Dissenting, Non-Conforming Protestants who (because we did not swear allegiance to the Anglican Church) were denied the right to full participation in English civil society: i.e. Landed Hereditary Nobility, Government, Universities, etc. All were denied to us.

    So, to protect our religious freedoms, we rolled up our sleeves and went into manufacturing, shipping, trade, banking, engineering, mining, textiles, chemistry, ship building, candle making, printing, etc., etc., etc. All the “dirty” jobs that the Nobility loathed.

    Our Founding Fathers were the Original Deplorables – looked down upon by the “Nobility” in the same way that today’s coastal “elites” look down upon us Trump supporters……

    Liked by 5 people

  13. In the Land of Poz says:

    Any guesses of how many months before Mr Krugman is hospitalized for his own protection?
    I thought suicide watch after Q2 economic data come out, but at the rate things are going Q1 numbers might be enough to push him over the edge.


  14. Doug Amos says:

    President Trump does more work in 1 day than Obama did in 8 years.

    Liked by 3 people

    • pyromancer76 says:

      0 actually did a lot of work, all designed to destroy the U.S.A. and all countries who protect freedoms.

      Never forget. Don’t make him just an incompetent hack. He followed communist purposes as President and used the office (so what if he was a puppet) for every kind of nefarious purpose those like himself could envision.


  15. Ron Jaeger says:

    Jeez what an interview !!!!

    Liked by 2 people

  16. jeans2nd says:

    This was an excellent economic interview. Kernen did a great job sticking to the economics and drawing out the details.

    Maria B’s was also a good interview, but Maria B has become more of a reporter who is strong on economics.
    In that respect, Maria B is the more interesting and versatile reporter.

    Iow, Maria B sees the bigger picture, covering more of the details that affect the economics, like her exclusive with Carlos Gosn. Maria B takes into account the people involved, not just the numbers.
    (either that, or i’m a wee bit biased lol)

    Liked by 1 person

  17. CharterOakie says:

    Like a Boss.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Troublemaker10 says:

    Wow. That was a really good interview. You can tell he has a business mind (prioritized agenda) by the way he talks about future plans. Well worth a watch. And kudos to cnbc for a professional interview.


  19. Bendix says:

    I didn’t want to listen to the whole interview, but I’m glad I did.
    Our president is so sharp, so on top of everything he needs to be on top of.
    In areas where there is disagreement, he is fully aware of the arguments for the other viewpoints, and able to stand up for his.
    That’s a leader’s job, is it not, to take other opinions and other legitimate needs and concerns into account, but be able to say, all in all, I believe this is the best way forward, and here is why.
    President Trump has superior executive function abilities. You do not need to be a businessman to possess such abilities, but you need those abilities to be a successful executive, which is what the president’s job is.

    Notice he boils it down to deals, and whether they were fair or not. Anyone can understand that concept, even a first grader.
    It’s funny, people in some high places, who talked a lot about economics and “inequality”, never made a peep about glaringly unfair practices which were causing that increasing inequality.
    I’m talking mainly about Bernie and Liz right now.
    Speaking of Bernie, I’m glad Sundance mentioned envy in the headline.
    All these holier than thou progressives at the summit are really motivated by envy, although they don’t know it. Envy is every bit as much a sin as greed.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. Bendix says:

    That bit about Bloomberg and wanting a particular position in the Clinton administration, which wasn’t going to go to him –
    President Trump said it as if it were common knowledge, because such things ARE, in the circles he has access to.
    It’s a big club, and we aren’t in it, but Donald Trump was, until he ran for office, and now they are desperately trying to kick him out, but it is too late. He knows all their secrets.


  21. Bendix says:

    I remember a scene in Gone With The Wind where Mammy is indignant about Eileen O’Hara, Scarlett’s mother, working too hard on behalf of others, and “wearin’ herself out”.

    I think of that when I see our not-so-young-anymore president working so hard (just as he promised) for us and our great nation.
    I’m sure our wonderful First Lady, and the rest of his family (who he keeps close) are on top of this, but still.
    Prayers for this wonderful man, that he doesn’t overdo it, and gives himself some time to recuperate after these strains on his energy.

    If they think they are going to knock him down through the added stress of a phony impeachment, they are wrong. Hate damages the vessel in which it is stored, and President Trump doesn’t hate anybody.
    Pelosi, Nadler Schiff, Mueller, Feinstein, they are the ones being brought low, and they are doing it to themselves.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. and the MSM already reported from this interview that he is going after Social Security and Medicare.What he said was he “would look at it.”


    • Bendoix says:

      As everybody knows, those things do need looking at. Just not with an eye to taking them away from Americans who depend on them, as Paul Ryan wished to do.
      I look forward to President Trump looking at entitlements, before they run out.


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