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One Of Trump's Lies About Jobs


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He said “there are no jobs” to be had. In fact, there were 5.4 million job openings recorded at the end of April, the most in 15 years.



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If Trump is the businessman he claims to be then he should have known that there are millions of job openings. In fact, if you CON scum look at the chart you will see that job openings are nearly as high as they were when Bill Clinton left office.



Hey you filthy lying CON scums, look at how the job market tanked under Bush/Cheney.



Hey CON scums, look how job growth increased during Obama.



Hey CON scum, want to see an asshole? Look in the mirror or go to a tRump rally. You will see one big orange asshole and a whole crowd of screaming assholes.


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The truth: Commerce Department figures released Friday show that real GDP increased by a mere 1.1 percent annualized rate in the second quarter of 2016.

In 1992, Bill Clinton announced that “It’s the economy, stupid.” That was pretty much the sole theme of his campaign. He ludicrously claimed that the country was then experiencing “the worst economy since the Great Depression,” a lie that the press, to its everlasting shame, not just allowed but often endorsed. So what was the level of GDP growth that Clinton relentlessly denigrated?

According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the quarterly growth numbers for 1992, in chained 2009 dollars, were 4.8%, 4.5%, 3.9% and 4.1%. That’s right–the growth that Bill Clinton derided as the “worst economy since the Great Depression” was around four times what we are now seeing under Barack Obama. And Hillary Clinton promises to continue Obama’s anti-growth policies.

By rights, the election should be over. The Democrats’ chronically lousy economy should guarantee that the next occupant of the White House will be a Republican. Unfortunately, that isn’t the way things are turning out.

 

 

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