The number of Americans receiving food stamps has continued to plummet in the age of Trump.
Since December 2016, the last full month of the Obama Administration, 4,123,082 people have left the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), according to new data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Currently, 38,845,997 people are on food stamps. In the final days of the Obama White House, 42,969,079 people were.
The number of people leaving food stamps is a testament to the strength of the Trump economy.
Not only is unemployment near 50-year lows at 3.7 percent, but wages are growing at the fastest rate in a decade.