On the wake of a less than stellar jobs report, Trump has been touting his "million jobs created" in the first half of 2017.
One million jobs sounds great. But look at the first half of 2017 job creation in comparison to previous years:
2013: 1.12 million
2014: 1.50 million
2015: 1.39 million
2016: 1.24 million
2017: 1.07 million
One million Americans finding work is fantastic. But it's also the fewest number of new jobs created during the first half of the year in five years, so a little perspective, please.
Admittedly not Trump's forte.
Also, thank you President Obama.