Democratic Presidents Created 95% Of U.S. Jobs Since 1989
The grim reality is that Donald Trump was the worst in US job generation and Republican presidents created only a total of 1.9 million jobs since 1989, Jason Easley reported for Politicus USA.
Photo Insert: 33.8 million jobs were created during the 16 years under Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. In the 13 months of the Biden presidency, 7.4 million jobs were created.
One of the biggest false narratives in American politics is that Republicans create jobs but 95% of the nation’s job growth has happened under Democrats since 1989, Easley wrote to belie the claim of Trump and his party mates.
The liberal think tank NDN put the data together, and showed that 33.8 million jobs were created during the 16 years under Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. In the 13 months of the Biden presidency, 7.4 million jobs were created.
To douse cold water on Trump’s obscenely huge ego, he and the father-and-son tandem of Presidents George W. F. Bush and George Bush Jr. only managed to generate 1.9 million jobs in 16 years.
"Biden’s 7.4 million jobs is already almost 4 times as many jobs as were created in the 16 years of the last 3 Republican Presidencies combined. It is also millions more than were created in the entirety of any of their three individual Presidencies. Many millions more. Since 1989 and the end of the Cold War, the US has seen 43 million new jobs created. Remarkably, 41 million of those 43 million were created under Democratic Presidents, 95%. And look at the jobs created per month over these Presidencies – Republicans at just 10,000 per month over 16 years. Biden is running at more than 50 times that so far. Yes, more than 50 times,” Easley concluded.