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RNC Statement On September Jobs Report

- October 7, 2016

WASHINGTON – Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus released the following statement on the September jobs report:
 
“Today’s jobs report is another disappointing reminder of how the Obama economy has failed to produce prosperity for millions of Americans,” said RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. “President Obama’s term of office has been marked by slow economic growth and millions of Americans giving up on looking for work, and a Hillary Clinton presidency only means more of the same. Her tax plan will kill jobs, hamper GDP growth, and shrink wages, and Americans looking for new opportunities and good jobs will be greatly disappointed with Hillary Clinton in the White House. Donald Trump has been creating jobs for decades, and he has the vision and experience to make our economy the strongest in the world once again.” 

 

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