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President-elect Donald Trump won't be taking the oath of office until January 20, but that's not stopping him from trying to clean up the economic mess he's being left by President Obama, Sean Hannity said in his opening monologue tonight.

Hannity noted that Trump promised the American people that he's going to focus on job growth, and that's exactly what he's been doing in meetings with industry leaders.

He said the president-elect is off to a great start with a job-saving deal with Carrier and a $50 billion investment in America from Japan's SoftBank, but he still has his work cut out for him.

Hannity explained that Obama is leaving Trump a "disaster" of an economy, with nearly 95 million Americans out of the labor force, the lowest home ownership rate in 50 years and more than 43 million living in poverty.

"These results have been pathetic," Hannity said. "And all we have to show for it is doubling the national debt and stealing from our kids."

Hannity said that Trump will implement a plan that will succeed where Obama's failed:

"If he follows through on that agenda, it could create one of the biggest economic boons, I argue, the country has ever seen."

Watch Hannity's monologue above, and let us know what you think in the comments.


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