Financial Expert Dan Celia: When the Economy Grows, Tax Reform Takes Place and Corporations Create More Jobs, Negative Voices Will Be Silenced
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.—President Donald Trump’s first international trip to Saudi Arabia, Israel and Rome—with both religious and business significance—is making headlines this week. But the mainstream media, says financial expert and nationally syndicated radio and television host Dan Celia, is intent on chipping away at his reputation, character and accomplishments in office thus far.
“There is a large group out there, including most of mainstream media, whose goal is to peck away at and erode, little by little, this president’s approval rating,” Celia said on yesterday’s edition of “Financial Issues,” which airs on more than 630 radio stations and on several large television networks, reaching millions of homes. “And maybe, to a certain extent, that is working, but when the economy is through the roof, when GDP growth is happening, when people are paying lower taxes, when there’s more money coming into the government, when there is real tax reform from the corporate sector, when corporations are moving to America, when jobs are being created at record levels, and when we see a labor participation rate for the 21st century—when all of those things happen, it doesn’t matter what mainstream media does. It’s not going to matter.”
Celia leads Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries (FISM, www.financialissues.org) and focuses on important economic news and biblical investing during his daily, two-hour program, “Financial Issues,” which will move to a three-hour format on June 1. Read more about Celia, FISM and the “Financial Issues” program here.
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