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Ambrose Masto, Beach Road, Capistrano Beach
Mr. Jacobs in his guest opinion article printed in the Sept. 14 edition of the Dana Point Times correctly points out the good and bad news about California Real Estate. Unfortunately, when he opines about the current job market, his statistics do not correlate with the present situation. I ask, “Why not give credit to our President and his Administration for improving job growth and lessening unemployment?” Persons who need jobs have a better chance of getting employed than they have had in years. As for China stealing American jobs and our intellectual property, Presidents Clinton, Bush and Obama, did nothing, while President Trump is trying hard to bring manufacturing back to America and stopping China’s illegal practices. Why not give credit where credit is due?