Hot Air: "Expectation deflation: US adds fewer than 200K jobs in September."
Extra - Wall Street Journal: "U.S. Job Growth Falls to Slowest Pace of the Year."
Related - NY Post: "Real cost of inflation to average American household: An extra $175 a month."
Not good news, but adding 194,000 jobs in September slightly edges out losing 3 million jobs in four years.https://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/dailyindependent.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/6/5f/65f0c069-6485-5a38-b4ad-fd3addd28ffc/5983dbb5a9215.image.jpg
I'm not going to shut down the country.I'm not going to shut down the economy.I'm going to shut down the virus.Let's Go Brandon!
2017: "You're going to see some numbers that are really great. You're going to see great jobs numbers."2018: "This is the greatest economy that we've had in our history, the best."2019: "Our economy is the best it has ever been."2020: "Biggest and Best in the History of our Country, and not even close."The U.S. economy could have been even greater if we'd just lost 2 million jobs.
But why drag old wrong monkeyquotes back out into the light, when the cretinous un-American scumbag just said this TONIGHT:"We had the greatest jobs presidency in the history of our country."
January 2018: "Pay gains during Trump’s first year in office best since the Great Recession"October 2019: "Unemployment rate falls to its lowest level in 50 years."Your quotes are nice, though.
How'd that "You never had it so good" reelection message work out for ya last year?
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