- Vice President Mike Pence claimed on Fox News on Wednesday that the Trump administration had created “more jobs in the last three months than Joe Biden and Barack Obama created in their eight years in office.”
- Experts were quick to point out that Pence left out April, when the US lost 20.8 million jobs. The economy has since recovered just under half of those, or about 9 million.
- The economy under Obama’s two terms recorded a net total of 11.6 million job gains.
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During a Fox News interview on Wednesday night, Vice President Mike Pence claimed that the Trump administration had created more jobs in the past three months than President Barack Obama did in two terms.
The startling claim set off a swift backlash on Twitter.
Pence told Fox News’ Sean Hannity that President Donald Trump had led the country through “the