President Donald Trump called on Americans to get out and vote for him on the Election Day, offering them that his new administration would create the “greatest economic year” in the history next year.

“Get out & VOTE! Under my Administration, our ECONOMY is growing at the fastest rate EVER at 33.1%,” the president tweeted on Tuesday, Nov. 3. “Next year will be the GREATEST ECONOMIC YEAR in American History!”

President Trump was repeating the promise he made at recent rallies where he also urged his supporters to cast ballots to ensure the American economy will soon recover from the CCP Virus-induced economic slowdown.

The CCP Virus pandemic, spreading to the United States from China, has resulted in one of the greatest recessions and job losses in the country’s history. As many as 22 million jobs were lost early in the spring, but 11 million jobs have been recovered.

Two weeks before the election, the Department of Commerce announced that the U.S. economic output expanded 33.1% in the third quarter of 2020, the fastest growth in modern history, thanks to the Trump administration’s continued efforts to reopen businesses and resume activities that were postponed or restricted due to the virus pandemic.

President Trump boasted that the U.S. economy will enjoy a “V-shaped” recovery, or a dramatic bounce back from the pandemic downturn.

“Next year will be the greatest economic year in the history of our country, that’s what’s going to happen,” the president said at a campaign rally in the battleground state of Arizona on Oct. 19.

Earlier on the Election Day, President Trump, in a dialogue with Fox News, said that his administration would have a “great night” and he has a “solid chance to win” another four years in the White House.