Valerie Jarrett Suggests Americans Owe Obama A Debt Of Gratitude … The Reason Why Is Beyond Absurd

Kirsters Baish| It’s just like the left to take credit where credit definitely is not due. Senior advisor  to former President Barack Obama, Valerie Jarrett, stated this week that she feels that while President Donald Trump does deserve “some credit” for this Friday’s positive economic report, however she went on that former President Barack Obama was actually the one who is behind the record low unemployment rates that we are seeing throughout the entire country today.

Jarrett was being interviewed on national television by CNN’s Alisyn Camerota. Camerota questioned Jarrett as to whether or not she was willing and ready to “give” President Trump “credit” for the country’s current 3.9% unemployment rate, which is a record-breaking low.

Camerota questioned Jarrett, “The breaking news that we just had moments ago were the new job numbers, the lowest in anybody’s memory, 3.9 percent unemployment rate. It’s been 15 months of Donald Trump’s presidency. Do you give him credit for that?”

“Look, I think we have to look at it over a longer horizon than that. If you think about what the economy was like when President Obama took office, we were losing 750,000 jobs a month,” answered Jarrett.

“Under his watch the unemployment rate dropped in half and it’s encouraging to see that we’re continuing to make progress,” she continued.

Take a look at the interview in the video below:

Washington Examiner reports:

Former President Barack Obama’s top adviser Valerie Jarrett dodged on giving President Trump credit for the lowest unemployment rate in almost two decades.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics announced Friday that the U.S. economy added 164,000 jobs in April, pushing the unemployment rate down to 3.9 percent, the lowest since 2000.

When asked on CNN’s “New Day” if Jarrett gives Trump credit for that, she deferred to giving Obama credit for starting the trend.

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