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And as we all know he NEVER "lies".🤞😂

fishline79 7 Mar 18

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First and foremost, he is indubitably a racist. He IS however right about some things, but that does not make him any less of a fruitcake.

If you mean Trump. He never told the truth in his life. He's not right about anything. He's tripping on his own ego and the people who are stupid enough to follow him are brain-dead. He has eliminated the rule of law and is once again inciting insurrection, and Biden and his duplicitous Attorney general are playing into his hands. He should have been indicted long ago and prosecuted for treason and sedition, among other crimes.

@fishline79 Sorry to burst your bubble, but there actually ARE some things that he said that were true.

The unemployment rate for African Americans reached a record low under his administration.
The US has a border crisis and illegal immigration is a significant problem.
The US trade deficit with China was too high.

Just because the guy is an asshole does not automatically make everything he says false.

@Archeus_Lore The long answer
"Trump is right that African-American unemployment hit a record low in December. The unemployment rate for black Americans is currently 6.8 percent, the lowest level recorded since the government started keeping track in January 1972.

And he's also right that the Hispanic unemployment rate is down a point over the last year — it was at 4.9 percent in December, down from 5.9 percent in December 2016. That is close to a record low, though it's also up 0.1 point from November.

But still, fact check: true on Trump's numbers.

However, that's not all Trump is doing in this tweet. He is implying that he caused these low African-American and Hispanic unemployment rates.

And a big problem with that claim is that those rates had been falling for long before Trump took office, and their declines don't appear to have picked up speed. This implies that there's nothing specific that Trump did to change this rate.

Indeed, both of these rates have been falling relatively steadily since around 2010, early in President Obama's tenure in the White House.

So have the unemployment rates for all races and ethnic groups tracked by the Labor Department. In general, these unemployment rates tend to move together. So while Trump called out the African-American and Hispanic unemployment rates, they haven't changed in any remarkable way, relative to other groups' unemployment rates."

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