Trump Economy: June Jobs Report “Robust” and “Strong”; 222,000 New Jobs vs. Expected 174,000 – Video 7/7/17

The June 2017 Jobs Report was “robust,” and “strong,” according to CNN’s Christine Romans. Job Creation exceeded expectations, with 222,000 non-farm payroll jobs created vs. an expected 174,000. Jobs numbers were also revised up for both April and May.

Another sign things are improving under President Trump – more than 300,000 people entered the labor market in June and started looking for work again! As a result of that the Unemployment Rate ticked up from 4.3% to 4.4%. Obama had artificially low Unemployment numbers because so many people dropped out of the workforce and were no longer even counted in the numbers.

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