If one looks at net job creation in America since 1989, the facts are as follows:
George H. W. Bush—2.64 million (1989-1993)
Bill Clinton—22.91 million (1993-2001)
George W. Bush–1.36 million (2001-2009)
Barack Obama–11.62 million (2009-2017)
Donald Trump—5.74 million (2017-2019)
This is a total of 34.5 million net jobs created over thirty years.
The Republican Presidents controlled the government for 14.5 years, while the Democrats controlled for 16 years.
The two Democratic Presidents presided over net gain of 34.5 million, to the three Republican Presidents presiding over net gain of 9.7 million.
So Democratic Presidents were responsible for nearly three and a half times net job creation as Republicans were, a massive lead
Barack Obama has greater job creation in his last 30 months, more than Donald Trump in his first 30 months.
And now, a recession is coming, after more than ten years, an all time record for economic expansion, and therefore, the Trump total will probably, by the end of his term, be much smaller, maybe less than George W. Bush, who brought us the worst economic times since Herbert Hoover!
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