I think you can answer that question for yourself with the following corollary question: what would you attribute the number of corner kicks in a game of soccer to? Is that a sustainable trend or a sign of an imminent goal?
My final point is that no President, as the arbiter in the above corollary, is ever responsible not should be commended for the number of goals scored. His arbitrage, in the state of our current systems operating under the supposition of freedom, can at best act to prevent the infractions of gameplay.
The players, not the arbiters, are the only ones who can score goals and deserve all the credit.