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Why Trump failed to create jobs

As a candidate, Trump dismissed the stock market boom as a mere “bubble”.  His focus was on the labor market, which was a “disaster”.  He would create lots of jobs. Immediately after the election, there were a few good economic data points, and the Trump people argued that the economy was already improving under the […]
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