The Trump economy: breaking down Former President Obama unleashes 1 day ago   01:09

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John King takes a look at the unemployment rate, job growth and Trump's past comments on job statistics. Who really deserves credit for a strong economy?

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syn707
What? Record Low unemployment? Manufacturing jobs returning.....record investments going up.......Horrible. The American people deserve better! 🥴
Aaron E
Some great economy; I've been wondering why people have been praiseing dmps economy.

today 2/26/ turns out what the trump- brainwashed haven't noticed is the higely largely bigly number of people having all the crap they were tricked into buying and now can't afford is being repoed!!!!! Oh well hope you had fun; cause the bills are coming due!!
Taylor Diaz
If Politicians are so invested in Socialist ideals, why don't we confiscate their money and give it back to the cities controlled by Democrats.
Over taxation on every individual including Liberals and Democrats are wrong, shouldn't the American people vote to establish a wage and term limits not just for Democrats but for Republicans too, the Government placed the American people on Minimum wage, it's up to us the American people to say no more, our price go up, but our wages stay the same, will you stand against the system that robbed us of our money that we work, so hard to maintain or will you cease and cowar under the regime our government built so long before President Trump
LoneFrogman
What do think about it now?
Jimmy dog
That's was a year ago, now cnn won't compare. Cuz it's awesome under trump
Praise 24-7
Obama’s last year in office 2.3% drop in 2nd quarter of 2016 at 1.8% at final quarter for unemployment. That means that for about a year before exiting no new policies, changes in strategy, or efforts. He did not set anything new to stimulate change. While the people spending and seeking jobs created the demand, our Government policies and a leader that seeks business ventures to create growth is what spiked the effort of 4.2% growth.
Roger McNeil
so if trump is doing all those great things, why has the nation debt increased a lot in such a short time??????...it is easy to borrow money and brag about how good it is.....
Mr Anonymous
Omg cnn always tries to take something away from trump. Is it that hard for cnn to say well done president trump. Get over it you still sour trump was elected.
Srbin Hercegovac
GO TRUMP MAKE AMRICA GREAT AGAIN!!!!2020 2024
eric Anderson
It's sad to see how this country has gotten so devided it's the new civil war , I voted for Obama in hopes we could prove change but Obama has destroyed this country so bad that it seems everyone is only out for themselves , these Democrats are the real evil empire, while they get rich and pull the strings on the world us the peasants are destracted with the latest tv series ,I phones and all the other garbage we buy from them to keep the wheel greased.
bryanhf
Obama said the jobs weren’t coming back. He had no magic wand! Trump gets ALL the credit for the booming economy.
eric Anderson
Obama was the laughing stock of presidents
eric Anderson
The first black president didn't do anything for the country ,we asked for change and and literally that's all we got. It was brought up he should be on a u.s bill I would vote for the food stamp ,thank God we finally have a real president in the white house (BUILD THE WALL)
Stephen Bove
Obama destroyed America by design
bobo brazil
SO you have a job now YOU STILL CAN"Y PAY YOUR RENT BECAUSE THE CEO BASTARDS ARE STILL STEALING THE MIDDLE CLASS,S MONEY
Steve Mayes
Lol Libtards
A T
lol Just hit 4%. This video aged horribly. Trump is doing well for the economy. We can't deny that.
Riven Camero
Yea yea obama did shit.
Adam Muklewicz
President Obama unemployment was over 13% for 8 years.
haraold comfutapolate
So this is becoming popular again for some reason(memes) time for another one CNN
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Former President Obama unleashes The Trump economy: breaking down 1 day ago   1:05:04

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During a speech in Illinois, Former President Barack Obama said President Donald Trump is "capitalizing on resentment that politicians have been fanning for years" and questioned "What happened to the Republican Party?", in his most pointed rebuke to date of his successor in the White House.