"African American unemployment is at record lows. And that would not have happened had the president not ... signed into law the tax cuts and jobs act."
Trump seems to believe – or at least want you to believe – that this rosy economic picture came out of nowhere, thanks to him.
Either the businessman president doesn't understand basic economics or he is intentionally misleading the American public.
Nobody wants to be seen within the same zip code as this president, particularly after he spent the past week defending white supremacists and Nazis.
"Those experts broadly agreed that immigration improves the economy for the native population, even on the per-person level."
"It's like a guy built a house and sold it to someone, and that person walked in and turned the lights on is like, 'Look at the house I built.'"
After six months of failed policy proposals, unprecedented scandals, and a deteriorating mental state, the Trump train has gone completely off the rails.
This president can continue to hold campaign rallies and convince himself that those who show up actually represent the vast majority of the country, but they don't.
A thorough and independent investigation into Trump is a top priority, but Democrats should not lose sight of issues that affect working Americans every day.
That's right: Trump just lost a trade battle with Mexico – over tuna fish.
Trump failed to get his Mexico-funded wall along the southern border, so now he's threatening a trade war with our allies to the north.
What do the economy, health care, terrorism, and immigration have in common? They're all issues Trump is failing on, according to the American people.
Undocumented workers contribute 3 percent of GDP, or nearly $5 trillion in economic growth” that will vanish with Trump’s “military action” against Mexican workers.
His uncertainty about taking the job is evidence that progressive opposition has been loud and effective.
The GOP move hampers the government's ability to protect "public health and safety, the environment, workplace safety and consumer financial protections."
If you're keeping score at home, the number of new jobs Trump helped add to the economy today was zero.
Before the Trump campaign was even an idea, the economy was growing, the stock market was soaring, and deficits were falling.
"Budget director appears to be John Bircher and conspiracy theorist (but aren't they all?...Birchers want return to gold and silver, Mulvaney seems to agree."
"Discussion of economic policy is now monopolized by people who have been wrong about everything, have learned nothing from the experience"
When Donald Trump takes office next month, he will be inheriting a country in much better shape than when the current president took office in 2009. For that, he should be saying, "Thanks, Obama."