Stay in the United States article It took two years for the US to get back on its feet.

But when President Donald Trump returned to the White House in January, the economy was humming along like a dream, with the stock market surging and the unemployment rate down to 7.5%.

That was good enough for a win for Trump, who had a mandate for his re-election, and he had no qualms about sending a message to Americans that the US economy was strong again.

But that message didn’t reach the hearts and minds of the rest of the country, and the economic recovery has been a slow slog.

And the fact that it has taken so long to fully recover from the Great Recession is the real reason why it has been so hard to fully heal the US.

When Trump left office, there was talk of his second term, with talk of a second “surge” in US foreign aid to combat the spread of pandemic-hit countries.

But that surge has never materialised, and Trump has been less active in US aid since taking office, making it harder to boost the economy.

Trump’s second term has also meant the decline of the coal industry, the most important job creator in the US, which is also where most jobs are created.

This is particularly true in rural areas where the economy is weak, where the mining sector is the most likely to disappear.

That is not to say the economy has not improved in the first few years after Trump’s re-hiring of former Goldman Sachs CEO Gary Cohn, who has taken a more hawkish stance toward China.

But he is not the only US president who has brought more attention to the economy, and it remains a significant and difficult challenge to lift the US back from the edge of the Great Depression.

The biggest challenge facing the US is that it is still a highly industrialized country.

In fact, the country has the world’s largest population, and its per capita GDP is more than double that of the next largest country.

But a combination of a declining birth rate, the collapse of the manufacturing sector and the weak health and education systems have left many Americans unable to get ahead and have been a significant cause of the widening gap between rich and poor.

Trump was also responsible for the loss of the once-powerful manufacturing sector, which has now been replaced by service sector and low-wage sectors, especially as the US has entered the “post-recession” phase of economic recovery.

The loss of manufacturing jobs is one of the main reasons why Americans are struggling to find new jobs.

In fact, some economists have been saying that manufacturing is now a “lost generation” as it loses its manufacturing base.

While manufacturing is still the biggest sector in the economy – with nearly a quarter of jobs in manufacturing, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics – the number of jobs created by these industries have declined dramatically in recent years.

This has left many working-class Americans to rely on welfare, low-skilled jobs, and even part-time jobs in order to survive.

Trump campaigned on a promise to help the “millions of hardworking Americans” that have been laid off from their jobs by automation, outsourcing and outsourcing.

But these workers have lost their jobs to automation and the outsourcing of service jobs, as well as to cheaper goods, so many of them are now dependent on government assistance.

There are also signs that the manufacturing industry is beginning to shed its former competitiveness.

Companies that once dominated manufacturing jobs have lost much of their market share and are struggling financially.

That has left US manufacturing companies vulnerable to the effects of a weakening global economy, which means they are facing the prospect of fewer customers and more competition from cheaper imports.

This is why Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the trade agreement between the US and 11 other Pacific Rim countries, has also been a blow to US manufacturers.

Trump did not get his way on this deal.

But there is another factor that is making things harder for US manufacturers, which may be something we have been missing for a long time.

When it comes to immigration, the US already has the largest population of immigrants in the world, which makes it hard for them to get jobs and start families.

That is especially true for immigrants who are already Americans and who have been here for generations.

The US has been importing so much food from Mexico that the food itself is in short supply.

That means the price of food has risen and many American families can’t afford to eat.

That puts a strain on the budgets of low-income Americans, who are also struggling to survive and pay the bills.

And this is where the Trump administration’s immigration crackdown is likely to have the biggest impact.

This will see an increase in the number and intensity of deportations of immigrants who do not have criminal records.

It also means that those immigrants who have already been here and worked hard for the past two decades, including their children, will be deported too. This