Trump bragged about a 'historic' jobs report, but in reality, his numbers and the percentage change in the unemployment rate are worse than Barack Obama.
A major investigation is being called for after Donald Trump illegally tweeted about the jobs report numbers an hour before they were officially released.
The July jobs report is in line with the monthly average, a little higher than the same time last year, and reveals Trump is failing to amp up jobs but is maintaining the trend of the past seven years.
At a meeting with his economic advisory council on Friday, President Trump took credit for a January 2017 jobs report that he had nothing to do with as for nearly two-thirds of the month Obama was president.
Donald Trump's gloom and doom campaign may have been dealt a final blow by an October jobs report that showed unemployment falling below 5%, and 161,000 new private sector jobs created.