The dirty, dishonest impeachment process by Democrats cannot obscure a blazing, simple and happy truth: Americans are doing better — much better — under President Trump than they were before he was elected. And with a few strategic policy moves, particularly in health care and taxes, the White House can fire up even more impressive gains in the New Year.

First, let’s look at the record of what has been achieved thus far, an achievement almost no reputable observer forecast three years ago.

Unemployment is at its lowest level in nearly half a century, with minority joblessness plunging. The stock market has hit new highs. The poverty rate has fallen to a 17-year low. More than 6 million Americans have moved off food stamps.

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Wages are rising with the greatest rates of growth among lower-income workers. With new trade deals on the verge of becoming a reality, our economy is poised to boom as never before.

The Trump administration has made impressive and unprecedented strides in attacking growth-suffocating regulations. These nitty-gritty efforts don’t get headlines but they are powerful stimulants for economic progress.

The Trump team has cut more than eight regulations for each new one, resulting in savings of $50 billion, which is expected to grow to $220 billion as these actions are fully implemented. Here’s something Democrats won’t tell you: Deregulation will save each American household an average of $3,100.

Health care policies have also improved. For example, coverage for people with chronic illnesses has been expanded for patients with certain types of HSA-eligible (health savings account) plans. The hugely unpopular ObamaCare individual mandate is gone.

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Three foolish and destructive ObamaCare taxes have been eradicated: the job- and innovation-killing medical device tax; the so-called Cadillac tax that penalized people (including many union workers) whose employers provided them with comprehensive health care coverage; and a pernicious tax on insurance companies that would have led to higher premiums.

The White House is pushing hospitals and health insurance providers to publish prices, thereby enabling consumers to make informed choices and encouraging competition for their business.

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