"There's no answer to it", Obama said.
Obama followed that path for a while, only vaguely criticizing Trump policies or behaviors and avoiding naming the president by name in the comments, before recently shedding all pretense and attacking Trump directly.
"I'm not the chairman of the Council of Twitter Advisers", Hassett said about the tweet.
"The data are clear that the expansion began under President Obama and if you just draw a straight line through much of it, you'll find that Trump is just riding on the trends that he inherited", said Bernstein.
Gross domestic product under Trump hit 4.1 percent in the second quarter of this year - showing a growing economy.
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The GDP Rate (4.2 percent) is higher than the Unemployment Rate (3.9 percent) for the first time in over 100 years! While the two rates are related in the sense they're indicators of how well the economy is doing, it's like comparing apples and oranges.
Hassett said he could not explain how Trump obtained the false information.
On Friday, Obama said that the recovery started when he was in office. "When you hear about this economic miracle that's been going on, when the job numbers come out, monthly job numbers, suddenly Republicans are saying it's a miracle".
Last month, a Quinnipiac University poll showed the public may be starting to give Trump an increasing degree of credit for the rosy state of affairs: 52 per cent credited Trump, while only 37 per cent credited Obama.
"Well, how exactly are you going to do that?"
She later admitted: 'Jobs numbers for Pres Trump and Pres Obama were correct, but the time frame for Pres Obama wasn't.