Coronavirus or not, Trump's economy plowed through the storm in February and brought unemployment to the lowest it's been in over 50 years.
The Labor Department just released new data on Friday which showed the country added 273,000 jobs in the month of February. And on top of that, the unemployment rate was a stunningly low 3.5%.
Now I'm just waiting for Obama to try to take credit for it again (you know he will).
More from the Daily Wire:
Not only was February cause for cheering, the previous two months were even better than had been surmised, as the number of jobs added in December was re-estimated from 147,000 to 184,000, and January soared from 225,000 to 273,000. Average hourly earnings grew by 3% over the past year.
Various sectors of the economy reported great gains in February; health care and social assistance: up 57,000 jobs; food services and drinking places: up 53,000 apiece; government employment: up 45,000; construction: up 42,000; professional and technical services: up 32,000; finance: up 26,000.
I can't wait to hear Democrats this weekend try to turn this against Trump, you know they will. When in reality the entire country should be congratulating him for delivering the lowest unemployment rate our country has seen in 50 years.
And that's not the only awesome news. As reported by the Washington Examiner, a new survey shows there is record economic optimism under Trump. Better than Reagan, Clinton, and Obama!
For the first time in its history, the Gallup ‘Mood of the Nation’ economic survey found that 59% of people believe that they are ‘better off,’ a trend that has soared under Trump. It is higher than when President Ronald Reagan made his economy a campaign rallying cry and better than the so-called dot-com bubble under President Bill Clinton. The survey follows several others that have showed public satisfaction with the economy. Just yesterday, Gallup reported a 63% satisfaction with the president’s handling of the economy, and calling it, ‘The highest economic approval rating not only for Trump, but for any president since George W. Bush enjoyed stratospheric job approval ratings in the first few months after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.'
Gotta love all the winning!