GLENN: So happy anniversary, America. Happy anniversary. Today, President Trump celebrating 365 days in office. It's been an incredibly tremendous year, that's what he promised. Has it been an incredibly tremendous year? Probably not. But there's been some good things that I think we should mention. Trump has made great appointments. Neil Gorsuch. Betsy DeVos. Scott Pruitt. Probably most people would say the most impressive accomplishment of the last year is the economic landscape. Under Trump, we have seen a healthy and robust economy come flourishing back from the grave.
All three quarters of Trump in office have resulted in a 3 percent or more of GDP growth. Unmatched achievement, by any other president in our history.
That's significant. The numbers aren't fantastic when you compare them to the eight years of Obama's miserable 1.6 percent average.
Unemployment under Donald Trump has gone down to 4.1 percent. As of October's job report released on Friday. That is a 16-year low. Consumer confidence is skyrocketing. Hit 125.9 in October. The highest level since December of 2009.
The Dow Jones is up 29 percent since Trump was elected. Now, there's lots of things that I could say back and forth on all of them. But you do have to recognize, whether you like Donald Trump or you agree with all of these or not, these stats are true. They're hard, fast facts.
And that's good for America. We still have a long, long way to go. But some really good things have happened last year. And, you know what, if the G.O.P. could actually cut the spending and actually reduce the taxes in a meaningful way, we'll have a really, really good 2018 as well.
One of the big changes that has happened in the last year, and this is significant -- is the destruction of ISIS. We talked about it for a very long time, after we created it.
We talked about destroying it. This has been the one big change. Donald Trump destroyed it. Now, I highly doubt that ISIS would be destroyed. And I highly doubt our economy would have turned around with Hillary Clinton at the helm. But we'll never know.
And, by the way, I would like to recognize one other milestone, it's been exactly one year today that Hillary lost for the last time.