Women are winning in the Trump Administration — both as employees and as citizens of the United States. All you need are the numbers and names to prove it. Luckily, we've got those for you.
“Together, we are creating a Nation where every daughter in America can grow up believing in herself, her future, and following her heart toward the American Dream," said President Trump.
He's delivering on that sentiment in very tangible ways. For example, the unemployment rate for women is at 3.6%, the lowest it's been in 65 years and since since January 2017, 2,214,000 new jobs have been filled by women alone. More women are starting businesses and getting business loans — and the Tax Cut and Jobs Act has provided a typical family of four making $75,000 a $2,000 tax cut. This offers families the ability to save, invest and and plan for the future.
It's not just the economy, though. Trump has appointed a record number of females to high-powered positions in the Administration. Check out this long list that left-leaning feminists and legacy media don't care to report on:
Nikki Haley, Ambassador to the United Nations
Elaine Chao, Secretary of Transportation
Kirstjen Nielsen, Secretary of DHS
Dr. Heather Wilson, Secretary of the Air Force
Sarah Sanders, White House Press Secretary
Kellyanne Conway, Counselor to the President
Carla Provost, Chief of the United States Border Patrol
Kate O'Scannlain, Solicitor of Labor
Charmaine Yoest, Associate Director, Office of National Drug Control Policy
Jennifer Korn, Special Assistant to the President
Andeliz N. Castillo, Vice President’s deputy director for public engagement
Linda McMahon, Administrator of U.S. SBA
Betsy DeVos, Secretary of Education
Mercedes Schlapp, Senior Communications Adviros
Ivanka Trump, Advisor to the President
Jessica Ditto, Deputy Director of Communications
Seema Verma, Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Jovita Carranza, U.S. Treasurer
Neomi Rao, Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affair
These are just a few of the wins for women since 2016 — and no doubt a good economy will fuel more of it in 2019 and beyond. It's uplifting to see so many qualified women in important positions in government — and we celebrate those accomplishments.
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