At NYPost by Post Ed Board --
Despite all the noise in Washington, President Trump seems to be keeping his eye on the main ball: jobs.
In a meeting with airline executives Thursday, he signaled that some
“phenomenal” pro-growth tax-cut plan should be announced “over the next
two or three weeks.” He promised “rolling back burdensome regulations”
in the same sitdown.
The Dow proceeded to jump 118 points on the day.
Meanwhile, tangible benefits of the new sheriff in Washington
continue to roll in. In the Oval Office
on Wednesday, Intel announced a
$7 billion investment in a Chandler, Ariz., plant that will add 3,000
jobs (beyond the construction work).
Intel had started the factory in President Barack Obama’s first term
(a fact Obama milked in a visit during the 2012 campaign), then
mothballed it in 2014 as business prospects dimmed.