BREAKING- Trump Signs Executive Order For Worker Pay Raise,
Now after announcing the largest raise in military forces pay in over 10 years a week ago, President Trump has now issued an executive order that will raise pay rates for federal employees as well.
OAN reports President Trump issued an executive order on Friday that will raise pay rates for federal employees.
The measure was part of next year’s spending agreement and is expected to boost federal workers’ pay rates by nearly three percent.
Employees in dozens of major cities – such as San Diego, Los Angeles and New York – will also see additional raises of over three percent.
The order marked the largest federal pay raise in a decade. It will take effect on January 5th.
This came just after the president touted the record-breaking stock market, which has reached new highs in the last few days.
He took to Twitter to celebrate the strong economy and said “the best is yet to come.”
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“Trump Stock Market rally is far outpacing past U.S. presidents” @CNBC With new trade deals, and more, THE BEST IS YET TO COME!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 27, 2019
Also CNN profiled “Latinos for Trump” while frequently interjecting into their reporting the idea that President Trump is racist.
However, Latinos for Trump leader Ray Baca refused to buy into the narrative, telling the CNN reporter “I really don’t think he’s said things that are racist.”
BACA: I look at President Trump as the one who most closely represents my values.
VALENCIA (on camera): People will hear that and say, values? You know, what values does the president have?
So, when you say that, what do you mean?
BACA: I mean supporting things that I support, like being against abortion, being for limited government involvement, being for border security.
VALENCIA (voice-over): Indeed, support for Trump in Texas among Latinos has remained steady at 30 percent, according to a recent CNN poll.
The unwavering support comes in the face of criticism over the president’s rhetoric on the
Latino community, which his critics, at best, see as offensive and, at worst, racist.
VALENCIA (on camera): How can you still support somebody who they see as saying racist things against the Latino community?
BACA: I disagree. I really don’t think he’s said things that are racist.
— CNN (@CNN) December 26, 2019Advertisement
BREAKING- Trump Signs Executive Order For Worker Pay Raise.
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