Unemployment Falls To lowest In 20 Years

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How will the Liberal Media spin this one?

The last time unemployment was this low, Bill Clinton was President of the United States.

The U.S. economy added 164,000 jobs in April, causing the unemployment rate to fall to just 3.9 percent–the lowest its been since 2000.

Claims for unemployment benefits also hit a decades-long low–just 211,000 new claims were issues nationwide, the lowest level since March 1973.

Since President Trump took office, the economy–which had seen sluggish growth over eight years of Obama–has begun to take off. The low unemployment rate is a clear indicator that not only are Americans back to work, but the economy could continue to grow at a rapid pace.