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Biden warns Trump is ‘deadly wrong’ after president calls jobs report ‘spectacular news’

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President Trump is running on Americanism, safety, equality, and prosperity. But Joe Biden and the Dems are running on fear, misery, racism, lawlessness, hatred, and division. As such, it is only natural for Biden to trash the June jobs report. The news was to good. He can’t win if America prospers. Joe Biden is a disgusting human being. Always has been.

Biden warns Trump is ‘deadly wrong’ after president calls jobs report ‘spectacular news’

By Fox News, July 3, 2020

President Trump on Thursday wasted no time in praising June’s jobs report as “historic” and proof that the “economy is roaring back” after being flattened by the coronavirus pandemic.

But presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden charged just a couple of hours later: “Trump wants to declare this health crisis over and unemployment solved. Unfortunately, he’s deadly wrong on both fronts.”

As the coronavirus swept the nation in March, most Americans were forced to huddle in their homes to prevent the spread of the disease. The outbreak sparked a massive economic downturn, with more than 40 million people filing first-time unemployment claims, surging the jobless rate to levels not seen since the Great Depression nearly a century ago.

The president touted the “historic numbers” in the Thursday’s jobs report, which saw the nation’s unemployment level drop to 11.1 percent in June – as employers added 4.8 million jobs. Nearly 8 million jobs have been restored over the past two months.

“I’d like to just announce the spectacular news for American workers and for American families and our country as whole,” Trump started.

With an eye toward the November general election, when the president is running for a second term in the White House, Trump then said, ”You’re going to have a fantastic third quarter.”

“It will be a third quarter the likes of which we’ve never seen before, in my opinion,” he continued. “And the good thing is the numbers will be coming out just prior to the election, so people will be able to see those numbers.”

Biden acknowledged that Thursday report “is positive news and I’m thankful for it for real.”

But the former vice president also argued, “Make no mistake, we’re still in a deep, deep, job hole because Donald Trump has so badly bungled the response to the coronavirus and now has basically given up on responding at all.”

He claimed that a million more Americans “would still have their job if Donald Trump had done his job. Many of the jobs that have now come back should have never been lost in the first place. And for everyone who’s job hasn’t come back, for everyone who doesn’t own stock, who can’t get a sweetheart loan through connections, does this feel like a victory?”

 

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