Was Obama worse to the press than Trump?

Was Obama worse to the press than Trump?

Was Obama worse to the press than Trump?

Such a relationship between GDP and the unemployment rate has occurred many times, most recently in the first quarter of 2006, before the financial crisis pushed the unemployment rate high and economic growth slowed markedly.

Gross domestic product increased at a 4.2 annualized rate in the second quarter of 2018, and the unemployment rate was 3.9 percent in April, 3.8 percent in May and 4.0 percent in June. What is true is that it's the highest in 10 years.

The only catch.the claim was made by his boss, President Trump.

World class narcissist and former President, Barack Obama, gave a speech on Friday at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, where he brazenly laid the current state of political division within the country at the feet of President Donald Trump and the GOP.

The first two numbers are correct, although they measure completely different things, and in different ways.

Conservative Eric Bolling tweeted that it is "disgraceful" to see Obama taking credit for Trump's successes.

"It was 100% my fault and I apologized immediately", Hassett said, hand over his heart. "We have just begun", Trump tweeted.

Asked about the veracity of the statement later that day at a White House press briefing, Hassett said: "So I can tell you what is true".

In fact, Obama had been talking about manufacturing jobs - not economic growth - and had said, "He just says, 'Well, I'm going to negotiate a better deal.' Well- what - how exactly are you going to negotiate that?"

Hassett responded to this error by quipping, "I'm not the chairman of the Council of Twitter Advisers". He inherited a dismal economy in the middle of a recession that lasted 18 months, facing what many feared would be a depression, and was able to turn it around in the first years of his presidency.

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie also took issue with Obama's attempt to blame America's divisions on Trump, calling it "richly ironic" for him to refer to Trump as a "symptom" of the divide.

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