The White House's chief economic adviser, Kevin Hassett, admitted that Donald Trump had been wrong to claim that GDP growth was higher than the unemployment rate for the first time in 100 years.
In fact, the GDP has been higher than the unemployment rate more than 20 percent of the time since 1948, according to actual facts.
Monday morning President Donald Trump posted several tweets and retweets touting his supposed excellent performance on the economy, including one attacking former President Barack Obama. Millions of Americans who can't stand Obama will just tune out the rhetoric, so different than Trump's and so missed by his supporters, but Obama's view of his successor is shared by prominent conservatives such as columnists George Will and Michael Gerson and Sens.
The only catch.the claim was made by his boss, President Trump.
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Hassett also said he's "grateful" when the press points out mistakes.
Asked to clarify Trump's tweet about that, Hassett smiled and said: "I'don't know".
Hassett said he could not explain how Trump obtained the false information.
"I'm not the chairman of the council of Twitter advisers", he said.
The U.S.is in its 10th year of economic growth, with 95 straight months of job creation.