September 29, 2020 | News | No Comments
President Donald Trump drastically overstated job creation figures in a meeting with executives on Tuesday, taking credit for the creation of more than 600,000 jobs since he took office.
That’s hundreds of thousands—or at least tens of thousands—more than the true total, Politico reported.
“You see what’s going on. You see the numbers,” Trump said at the strategic and policy discussion at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building’s State Department Library.
“We’ve created over 600,000 jobs already in a very short period of time, and it’s gonna really start catching on now because some of the things that we’ve done are big league, and they are catching on. Already, we’ve created more than almost 600,000 jobs,” he said.
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