Before Trump, Obama was an 'enemy of press freedom'

And he tweeted a video showing him winning the presidential election

And he tweeted a video showing him winning the presidential election

President Donald Trump on Monday made a claim about the economy that his own White House had to contradict hours later. "From the initial fact to what the president said, I don't know the whole chain of command", Hassett told reporters on Monday. What is true is that it's the highest in 10 years.

"If you look at the collective body of evidence, the notion that what we're seeing right now is just a continuation of trends is not super defensible", Hassett said.

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"It shouldn't be Democratic or Republican to say that we don't threaten the freedom of the press because - they say things or publish stories we don't like", Obama said.

But Trump's mention of Obama's comments about a "magic wand" appear to reference a June 2016 town-hall event in IN when the former president was asked about Trump's promise to kick-start manufacturing jobs in the country.

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Gasparino's tweet referenced Trump's incorrect assertion that GDP had exceeded the nation's unemployment rate for the first time in 100 years. "And, usually, the answer is he doesn't have an answer".

"I'm not the chairman of the council of Twitter advisers", he said. He inherited a dismal economy in the middle of a recession that lasted 18 months, facing what many feared would be a depression, and was able to turn it around in the first years of his presidency. He noted that he wasn't sure who gave Trump the inaccurate information.

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A new question was added to that category over the weekend when former President Barack Obama returned to the stump to campaign for Democrats in the midterm elections: Could Donald Trump have beaten Obama in an election for president? "It's a leadership failure in the beginning", Wilson argued.

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