Trump tweets “Great Jobs Report!” as U.S. adds 266,000 jobs—Trudeau tweets nothing about economy as Canada loses 71,200


While America’s economy is breaking records thanks to President Donald Trump, the Canadian economy is tanking under the idiot Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Prime Minister Trudeau actually had the audacity to laugh at President Trump to other world leaders  at the NATO summit. Who’s laughing now Justin? Karma is a bitch.

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Trump tweets “Great Jobs Report!” as U.S. adds 266,000 jobs—Trudeau tweets nothing about economy as Canada loses 71,200

By the Post Millennial, December 7th, 2019:

Justin Trudeau may be feeling like a funny guy after his “hot-mic” moment at the NATO summit, but now that reality has set back in, he’s facing a pretty horrible contrast with the guy he was laughing at.

Following the latest US jobs report, which is being called a “blowout report,” Trump tweeted in celebration of the US adding 266,000 jobs:

“This is a blowout. Look at these manufacturing numbers, a blowout.” @MariaBartiromo”

The US added a whopping 54,000 manufacturing jobs, and the overall report defied economists’ expectations of a slowdown.So, things are going very well for the US economy. Considering the strong growth in our neighbour to the south, you might think the same would be happening here in Canada. Well, not so much. If you’re looking for Justin Trudeau’s Tweet on the jobs report you’ll be looking for a while. Unlike Trump, Trudeau hasn’t Tweeted about the economy today. Perhaps that’s because, in contrast to the huge jobs gains in the US, Canada posted huge job losses.

The Canadian economy lost a staggering 71,200 jobs in November, the worst jobs report since 2009, when Canada was still dealing with the aftermath of the 2009 global economic crisis.

Additionally, the US unemployment rate is now 3.5%, closing in on the lowest unemployment rate since the Korean War in the 1950s.

Meanwhile, Canada’s unemployment rate has surged from 5.5% to 5.9%.


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