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White House Announced Downsizing Of Food Stamps Program

According To Recently Released Documentation From The U.S. Department Of Agriculture More Than Six Million Of Those Who Previously Used Food Stamps Are Now Off The Government Assistance Program Since January Of 2017 When President Donald Trump Took Office.

The President Noted This Decrease In Dependence On Federal Aid In His Recent State Of The Union Address, Crediting His Work On The Economy For The Uptick In Self-Reliance For Many Americans:

“Since My Election, We Have Created 7 Million New Jobs — 5 Million More Than Government Experts Projected During The Previous Administration. The Unemployment Rate Is The Lowest In Over Half A Century. And Very Incredibly, The Average Unemployment Rate Under My Administration Is Lower Than Any Administration In The History Of Our Country,” Trump Said.

“Under The Last Administration, More Than 10 Million People Were Added To The Food Stamp Rolls. Under My Administration, Seven Million Americans Have Come Off Food Stamps, And 10 Million People Have Been Lifted Off Of Welfare,” He Said, Referencing Figures Current As Of The Time Of His Speech.

“In Eight Years Under The Last Administration, Over 300,000 Working-Age People Dropped Out Of The Workforce. In Just Three Years Of My Administration, 3.5 Million People — Working-Age People — Have Joined The Workforce.”

Balancing The Economy To Get The United States Out Of Debt Was One Of The Hinge Pins Of The President’s Campaign, And He Appears To Be Pointing Out His Success In That Field As He Seeks Reelection This Year.

Additionally, The White House Has Pointed Out At Another Time That The Uptick In The Economy Has Brought Jobs Back To American Workers:

“The Prime-Age Labor Force Has Grown By 2.1 Million People Since The Election, Reversing Losses Under The Prior Administration’s Expansion Period, Which Totaled Approximately 1.5 Million People. This Evidence Suggests That The Labor Market’s Revival Over The Past Three Years Is Not A Continuation Of Past Trends, But Instead A Result Of President Trump’s Pro-Growth Policies,” The White House Noted In A December Report On Labor.

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