“I think we have a lot of reasons to be optimistic about our economic outlook.”
– President Trump on the economy as he prepares for the White House address on Monday.
Trump’s comments were part of an interview that was released online, but it’s unclear what the president’s point was.
On Monday, the Trump administration will release its first budget for 2018, which is expected to include an increase in military spending and a promise to eliminate the estate tax.
Trump is expected also to address the country’s job market, a key priority for his administration, on Tuesday.
A new report released by the Congressional Budget Office on Monday found that in the coming year, the economy could grow by as much as 1.9 percent, or $1.8 trillion, in 2019 and as much or more in 2020.
That’s a big jump over the 0.8 percent growth rate that the CBO expected for the next decade, and that is more than double the 0-percent growth rate the Trump Administration had forecast for 2020.
“I’ve been very happy with the jobs report,” Trump told ABC News in an interview on Monday afternoon.
“It was a big number.
It was a tremendous number.”
A second CBO report released Monday by the U.S. Government Accountability Office showed that in 2019, the deficit was expected to be $1 trillion, or more than $1,500 per American.
And the CBO forecast for the economy in 2020 was $3.3 trillion, more than four times the $2.6 trillion in the CBO’s previous projection.
In his Monday interview with ABC News, Trump said that the U-turn is a sign that the country is beginning to come around to the economic reality he is trying to address.
“We are beginning to see a recovery.
And I think we are starting to see it very clearly.
I mean, we’ve got the economy doing pretty well.
“There’s a lot going on. “
But we have got to do some things with our tax code,” he continued.
“There’s a lot going on.
I don’t know how much I’ll get into that.
But I’ll tell you, it’s going to be really interesting.”
What Trump said Monday is a reference to his earlier comments during a meeting with the CEOs of some of the countrys largest companies.
He said that “we’re going to have to have a big conversation” about “how we’re going forward” on tax policy.
The President’s comments are consistent with his stated goal of “cutting taxes for everybody.”
The CBO report said that in 2020, the tax bill would increase the deficit by $1 billion in 2019.
But by 2020, in 2020 the CBO expects the deficit to be between $1 and $2 trillion.
“That’s a very large number,” said Steve Benen, the director of the CBO.
“And that’s pretty much on top of the already existing tax revenues. “
What we do know is that in 2022, if you look at the CBO numbers, you would expect to have an additional $1-trillion in tax revenues,” Benen said.
“And that’s pretty much on top of the already existing tax revenues.
So it’s a fairly significant increase.”
The budget also predicts that the tax cuts that Republicans are seeking in 2018 and 2019 would increase deficits by $3 trillion over the next 10 years.
That means the tax cut for the middle class would increase by $500 billion over the coming decade, the CBO predicts.
The deficit is forecast to increase by about $1 or $2 for every $1 in economic growth.
And Benen estimated that the deficit would grow by $2 or $3 for every dollar of economic growth in 2020 and 2021.
Trump said during the meeting that the United States “has a lot to look forward to.”
But he also noted that “in terms of what we can do right now, we have to start now.”
He said he would take his decision about tax policy “at the end of the month,” and that “what I think I want to do is look at it over the course of the year and make the right decisions.”
He also told the CEOs that the president had given them “an opportunity to get on the record.”
“We’re going into the next couple of weeks and making the decisions about the future of the United State, which means that we have one month left to make the decisions,” Trump said.
The CEOs agreed to Trump’s offer, but did not give the president an opportunity to meet with them before that.
Trump also made it clear that he wants the United Nations to be an instrument in deciding how to deal with North Korea, saying that he was “very happy with that.”
“I don’t think that it’s fair to the United Nation,” Trump added.
“My goal is that they get on board with that.
We will do everything we can,