Remember Barack Hussein arrogantly saying (the only way he says anything), “For those folks who’ve lost your job right now…. those jobs of the past are just not going to come back.

And, when somebody says, like the person you just mentioned (Trump) who I am not going to advertise for, that he’s going to bring all these jobs back. Well, how exactly are you going to do that? What are you going to do?

Duh (stutter, stammer), eh, uh, there’s no answer to it. He just says, well, I’m going to negotiate a better deal. Well, how exactly are you going to negotiate that? What magic wand do you have? And, usually, the answer is he doesn’t have an answer.”

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What a complete moron! President Trump gave Hussein a thousand answers. All he had to do was listen. But, as usual, Hussein talks. He doesn’t listen, because, like all liberal weenies, he is forever convinced that he is the smartest person in the room (even though he has ZERO private enterprise experience and refuses to accept the advice of experts in that arena, like Donald Trump) and can blow enough smoke up America’s collective ass that the people will all bow to his supremacy and follow him anywhere, even to economic hell. Absolutely sickening individual!

“The labor market continues to grow at a solid pace,” said Ahu Yildirmaz, vice president and co-head of the ADP Research Institute. “Notably, manufacturing added the most jobs the industry has seen all year. As the labor market continues to tighten and wages increase it will become increasingly difficult for employers to attract and retain skilled talent.”

Mark Zandi, chief economist of Moody’s Analytics, said, “The job market is red hot, with broad-based job gains across industries and company sizes. The only soft spots are in industries being disrupted by technology, brick-and-mortar retailing being the best example. There is a mounting threat that the job market will overheat next year.”