On the eve of the Republican National Convention, the Trump campaign released a 49-point “core priorities” for President Trump’s second term.
White House Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump unveiled a new jobs initiative Tuesday titled “Find Something New,” aimed at helping unemployed Americans currently seeking new job opportunities in a bid to kick-start the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden slammed President Trump for celebrating June jobs report, declaring the positive news is “no victory to be celebrated” when the coronavirus pandemic is “getting worse, not better.”
President Trump touted the “historic numbers” of June jobs report, saying the better-than-estimated numbers amid the coronavirus pandemic is evidence that “our economy is roaring back.”
President Trump touted May’s surprising positive job report that exceeded economists’ expectations on Friday, and predicted the battered economy will start to recover all of the lost jobs amid the coronavirus pandemic by 2021.