Trump claimed that the economy created 330,000 jobs in October when in reality it created 128,000 and unemployment increased.
A Moody's analysis found that Trump's trade war has already cost 300,000 Americans their jobs, with another 500,000 to lose their jobs by the end of 2021 if Trump wins reelection.
Trump is in real political trouble as for the first time ever in his presidency more voters say the economy is getting worse than say it's getting better.
Trump promised to bring back the factories, but the manufacturing sector just suffered its first contraction in a decade.
The CBO says economic growth is smaller than possible because Trump's tariffs are hurting business investment by creating uncertainty.
The White House is panicked over a recession because a new poll found that half of Trump's supporters would blame him if the economy tumbles.
Trump called the term recession "inappropriate," while claiming that the media wants a recession and the country is heading for growth.
Trump is refusing to acknowledge the possibility that another recession is on the way because he doesn't want to admit his economics policies have flopped.
The White House is scrambling to find a way to boost the economy a day after they promised that there would be no recession.
Trump is in denial about the oncoming recession, but his approval rating with voters on the economy has dropped 13 points in a year.
The White House is panicking because the economy is weakening faster than expected and Trump has no plan to head off a recession.
Former Obama and Clinton economic adviser Gene Sperling named Donald Trump the biggest risk to the US economy.
Robert Reich said that the odds of a recession are now over 50% and that Donald Trump is skating on very thin ice.
Trump’s overall approval rating is at 38%, and he is in negative territory on taxes, handling the economy, and trade.
Poll Finds Trump Cratering On The Economy
Nearly two-thirds describe as “good” an economy that appears to have set a record for the longest expansion in U.S. history, with decade-long growth that began under Barack Obama. More people consider the economy to be good today than did at the start of the year.
Robert Reich explained that the combination of Trump's trade war and tariffs along with a slowing economy could lead to a recession before the 2020 election.
Because one disastrous trade war with China isn't enough, Donald Trump is reportedly planning to wage another one against Mexico.
Trump lied and claimed that China is paying for $16 billion in disaster relief to farmers due to his trade war.
As Trump congratulated himself for auto jobs -- in March, hyperventilating over Ford investing money in Flat Rock, Michigan, claiming that companies were "pouring back into the United States" because "they want to be where the action is" -- the number 2 automaker Ford was actually restructuring and planning to cut 10% of its global salaried workforce.
U.S. farmers, who helped carry Trump to his surprise 2016 election win, have been among the hardest hit as China has imposed tariffs on imports of U.S. agricultural products including soybeans, pork and grain sorghum in response to U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods.
Now, increasing frustrations over the prolonged dispute are prompting some rural residents in Iowa, home of the first presidential nominating contest in February, to consider candidates other than President Donald Trump in the 2020 election.
If Trump goes through with his plan to increase tariffs on all Chinese exports, it would be a $2,000 tax increase on the average American family.