A report from the Economic Policy Institute found that average wages experienced a sharp rise in 2019, which further proves that former President Donald Trump had the numbers and was following through on his promises to build a great economy.
The EPI found that “Men at the middle and bottom of the wage distribution saw their wages rise in 2019: a 2.6% increase at the 50th percentile and a striking 5.7% increase at the 10th percentile, along with a 4.2% increase at the 20th percentile.”
The same EPI report also found that “Families at the top of the income and wealth distributions experienced very little, if any, growth in median and mean net worth between 2016 and 2019 after experiencing large gains between 2013 and 2016 [during the Obama administration].”
Under President Trump, lower and middle-class families experienced serious growth while top earners experienced little growth than what they experienced under President Obama.
The Democrat party claimed that Trump represented the 1% when the opposite was the case. President Trump had the numbers, yet he was replaced with a man who will likely work only to benefit the 1% of Americans.
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