President Trump castigates Obama's 'latest con job' on Twitter

Daniel Fowler
February 18, 2020

The Senate voted to approve a resolution limiting President Donald Trump's authority to take military action against Iran with Congressional approval.

The $787 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act was signed in February 2009 - about 14 months after the recession began in December 2007 and about eight months before the national unemployment rate peaked at 10 percent in October 2009, Fox reported. The Obama-led recovery was slow and many economic indicators did not reach their pre-recession levels for several years.

Former President Barack Obama on Monday seemed to be taking credit for the booming economy Monday when he tweeted out a photo of his signature on the 2009 economic stimulus bill.

"Did you hear the latest con job?" NOW, best jobs numbers ever. If Dems won in 2016, the U.S. would be in big economic (Depression?) & military trouble right now. He kept us informed on where he stood and what was going on in the trial. He also publicized the conclusion of impeachment by holding up copies of USA Today and The Washington Post with headlines reading "ACQUITTED" and "Trump Acquitted", respectively.

During his recent interview with Geraldo Rivera, Trump argued that Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi used her "impeachment for life" phrase "sadistically", according to Fox News.

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They also looked at whether selection during passage in culture could have produced the same genetic features they observed. The death rate for those confirmed cases has been 2.3 percent - 2.8 percent for males versus 1.7 percent for females.

The president's Tax Cuts and Jobs Act 2017 cut a whole range of corporate and individual taxes.

Instead, the federal deficit has bloated past $1 trillion and evidence suggests little impact on growth. By comparison, Trump's average growth rate in the first three years is 2.5 percent.

It surpassed its January 2008 pre-crisis peak in May 2014 and has continued growing since, under both Obama and Trump.

"The Trump campaign is firing back tonight after former president, Barack Obama claimed credit for the economic gains in both their terms, ' Baier said".

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