"I complained plenty about Fox News, but you never heard me threaten to shut them down, or call them 'enemies of the people'". "We have just begun".
The GDP Rate (4.2%) is higher than the Unemployment Rate (3.9%) for the first time in over 100 years!
On social media, the Fox News Research Twitter account posted an embarrassingly accurate pushback to one of Trump's lies. But as of 3.15 pm in NY, shortly after Hassett conceded the error and hours after the claim was challenged in news stories, Trump's false tweet about GDP and unemployment remained online. The Trump administration has recently promoted false statistics on jobless rates and the stock market's performance as it has touted Trump's record on the economy.
In fact, US GDP growth has been higher than the unemployment rate in several quarters during the last century, including, most recently, in 2006.
No-win situation: Browns can't finish in tie with Steelers
Before then, they looked stagnant on offense with just a broken play touchdown run by Taylor keeping them alive at 21-7. Ben Roethlisberger turned the ball over four times, including a fumble in overtime that should have ended the game.
Detroit Lions dismantled by New York Jets, 48-17, in season opener
Darron Lee returned an interception for a touchdown, and Andre Roberts scored on a 78-yard punt return 67 seconds later. All three phases being successful, scoring on all three phases. (Those are) a couple of pretty good defenses.
Samsung Galaxy X launch confirmed for this year
Koh admitted that while the development process for the bendy phone has been "complicated", the company has "nearly concluded" it. Koch said that the device can be represented in this year's Samsung developers conference in November in San Francisco.
Hassett talked to reporters at a press briefing about Trump's positive effect on the economy.
But as he answered a question from a reporter about Trump's tweet, he also bashfully recalled an earlier incident when he gave Sanders a "bad number".
The U.S.is in its 10th year of economic growth, with 95 straight months of job creation.
Before taking office, Trump regularly accused federal officials of falsifying economic data.