Barack Obama Reached Yet Another Astonishing Accomplishment, But Gets No Credit

Posted On : 09/12/2017

Here we go once again. Donald Trump continues to take credit for something President Obama accomplished during his terms.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA — If there’s one thing Trump has been trying to work into the minds of his supporters, it’s that he’s responsible for new job growth.

That’s definitely not the case. Current evidence shows that Obama’s accomplishments are still appearing, even with Trump in office.


According to Washington Post, middle-class income is at the highest it’s even been for America.

The source quotes Financial Insyghts president Peter Atwater as follows.

“This is a really great report card on what the Obama administration accomplished.”

Likewise, “median household income in America was $59,039 last year, surpassing the previous record of $58,655 set in 1999,” as notes the U.S. Census Bureau.

According to Washington Post, one Arizona resident by the name of Julius West expressly thanks President Obama for his current employment status.

He went from making minimum wage to taking home $16 per hour.

I’ll be middle class again if I keep my spending to bare bones,” mentions West.

Likewise, poverty declined and uninsured rates are at an all-time low.


You won’t hear anything about that coming from Trump and his supporters. He doesn’t recognize any of Obama’s legacy.

They’re literally trying to repeal it all — OR Trump the Narcissist is attempting to credit Obama’s accomplishments as his own.

But anyone who knows anything about how a fiscal year works also understands that Trump has absolutely NOTHING to do with the current progressive state of the middle-class or poverty’s decline in the U.S..

This is what Trump is concerned with in the United States.

There isn’t a current thing Donald J. Trump is responsible for in the American economy except racism exposure and promotion, as well as the looming possibility of World War III.

President Obama, you will forever be “that dude.” He might even go down in history as the greatest U.S. president, I dare say it.

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