New Numbers Show Job Creation, GDP, And Consumer Sentiment Are Lower Than Previously Estimated

Nov 2012
Throughout Donald Trump’s turbulent presidency, the economy has served as a stabilizer. His economic approval numbers are consistently higher than his overall job approval in polls and he’s made his economic stewardship a top reelection talking point.
“You have no choice but to vote for me because your 401(k), everything is going to be down the tubes,” he told a crowd in New Hampshire earlier this month. “Whether you love me or hate me, you’ve got to vote for me.”

But recent headlines and new sets of data are raising questions about exactly where the economy is heading as 2020 approaches. Increasingly it looks like the president’s stabilizer is headed for some bumpy times.

To start with, it appears some of the nation’s good economic times have not been as good as we thought they were.

Job-creation numbers hit Trump as he campaigns on economy
Jul 2019
a trumper on this forum said that his 401K was currently gaining through the roof

wanna know how I know he's lying?
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