Biden made a claim about the creation of 12.7 million jobs in the United States while using the official account of the president on Twitter. The context is lacking to a significant degree, as is typical.
Even if that statistic is accurate in and of itself, people need to keep in mind that in December of 2019, when former President Donald Trump was in office, the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that there were 158.8 million people employed in the United States, which was the greatest number ever recorded.
This figure dropped by 25.5 million by April 2020, which was two months into the COVID-19 pandemic. This was partly due to the strategies proposed by Dr. Anthony Fauci, whom Vice President Joe Biden has lauded on several occasions.
The figure had climbed back up to 149.9 million by the time Trump left office, laying the groundwork for Biden’s assertion.
In other words, during the last year of Trump’s presidency, the United States was able to recover 16.6 million jobs that were previously lost as a result of the epidemic, and almost 9 million of the employment produced under Biden were the result of individuals returning to the positions they held before the outbreak.
Therefore, it is possible to argue that, based on figures from before the epidemic, Joe Biden’s economy has only gained 2.2 million jobs. It turns out that this is the other context that Joe Biden doesn’t want people to know: it is less than half of the 4.5 million jobs that have been generated under Trump at this point in his term.
In the meantime, the country is on the verge of entering a recession and has been experiencing rapid inflation, which has led to interest rates reaching their highest levels in decades.
But this one isolated occurrence is enough to indicate that Trump, now that he’s running for president in 2024, could easily conduct his campaign with a billboard that says “Miss me yet?”
Despite being overshadowed by the Russia-collusion hoax cooked up by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and a constant barrage of negative media that purposefully focused on the minute and the negative, the White House posted a list of more than 600 accomplishments that Donald Trump had while in office when he left office.
This was done when the White House posted a list of accomplishments when Trump left office.
Trump’s tax cuts have resulted in historically high tax revenues for the federal government; those in the lowest income brackets have seen the greatest economic gains under his administration; in addition to record employment overall, blacks, Hispanics, Asian Americans, Native Americans, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and those who do not have a high school diploma have all reached record levels of employment while Trump was president; the number of people who do not have jobs has decreased significantly while Trump has been in office; and the number of people who do not.