Obama devastated the economy during his tenure as President, and now President Trump is working diligently to make up for the mistakes of his predecessor.

American manufacturers have given their input on the subject, and are reportedly hopeful about the future of American industry.

Many vendors from the National Association of Manufacturing are crediting President Trump with the recent revival of the American manufacturing market, and for good reason.

As President Trump passes his 100 day mark as President, the National Association of Manufacturing is publicizing him as their “champion” of American manufacturing.

The Daily Caller reports:

Ahead of President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office, American manufacturers are thanking and praising the president as their “champion” in the White House.

“In his first 100 days, President Trump has kept his promise to manufacturers in the United States in historic ways,” National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) President and CEO Jay Timmons said in a statement Thursday. “That is why 93 percent of manufacturers surveyed by the NAM are positive in their outlook on the economy.”

The NAM is planning on running a campaign to praise President Trump in their print and online publications, as well as on social media.

President Trump has been working diligently to put the American manufacturing companies first, rather than outsourcing work and promoting unfair trading policies like his predecessor.

The Daily Caller reports:

It appears that Trump has kept his attention on manufacturing since taking office. Along with Wall Street, manufacturers have “led the quest” for business access to the president, according to a Reuters report. The president met with NAM and a group of small and mid-sized manufacturers from around the country in late March before signing two executive orders meant to crack down on unfair trade practices.

Trump demanded a full report identifying foreign trading partners the U.S. had significant trade deficits with in 2016. Trump also signed an executive order that established enhanced collection and enforcement of anti-dumping and countervailing duties. Both orders have resonated with domestic manufacturers.

“This president has really focused his attention on creating manufacturing jobs right here in the United States,” Timmons said in an interview with The Daily Caller News Foundation in late February. “We also have a Congress that seems ready to act on these priorities.”

While the concept of foreign trade is a controversial one at the moment, President Trump has so far managed to pull out of negotiations in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and plans to continue to work on trade deals that will further benefit the American people.

The Daily Caller reports:

The president credited his tough talk on trade as a major reason for his campaign victory. Trump railed against the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) as horrible deals for the American worker and manufacturers. During his first 100 days, Trump officially pulled the United States out of TPP negotiations. He also announced in a series of tweets Thursday that he would renegotiate NAFTA or leave the treaty altogether.

“He has paved the way to reduce the job-crushing regulatory burden in America unlike any previous president,” Timmons asserted Thursday. “And his bold actions to promote investment and create jobs are lifting more Americans up and restoring confidence to those who have felt left behind.”

Ultimately, one thing is becoming increasingly evident while passing his 100 day mark as President –Trump is becoming a “champion” of the American people as he continues to put policies into place that help Americans first.

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