It’s been just a little over 50-days since Donald J. Trump took the oath of office to become the 45th President of the United States, and within this brief period of time, this President has accomplished more than perhaps any administration in modern presidential history.

No doubt his experience as a successful businessman within the private sector, without any experience in the world of politics has ironically benefited him greatly, in accomplishing his goals.

One of which is to fix our broken welfare system, which has for decades become a "slush fund" for progressive Democrats in keeping the underclass within our society on a sustained cycle of dependency with the sole purpose of keeping those individuals locked within that entitlement system, and in return assuring Democrats of a voting block for decades.

No doubt “dependency” is a tough habit to shake once you’ve been exposed to it; however, welfare was never intended to be a prolonged lifestyle, but rather a temporary financial solution.

And President Trump will hopefully restore the true principles of welfare as intended by signing soon into law a welfare reform bill that will allow states to perform drug tests for those individuals applying for unemployment benefits.

Under the previous administration, states weren’t allowed to drug test those seeking unemployment benefits or applicants seeking employment unless the employer already made mandatory drug testing a part of the overall employment process.

Obviously, a high priority within the Trump Administration is to make drug testing a part of the overall welfare process for receiving benefits.

Moreover through the years there have seen countless studies conducted on reducing poverty through various welfare programs, one such recent study by the Cato Institute, found; “The vast majority of current programs are focused on making poverty more comfortable – giving poor people more food, better shelter, health care, and so forth – rather than giving people the tools that will help them escape poverty.”

The study continued with their conclusion: “It would make sense therefore to shift our anti-poverty efforts from government programs that simply provide money or goods and services to those who are living in poverty to efforts to create the conditions and incentives that will make it easier for people to escape poverty.

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H/T: Freedom Daily

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