Clinton said Friday that the country was “out of the ditch.” go nowEx-CIA chief endorses Clinton, labels Trump ‘threat to national security’ “I believe President Obama does not get the credit that he deserves for leading us out of the Great Recession,” Clinton said. “We are out of the ditch that we were in and now we’ve got to do even more. We’ve got to build on the progress that we’ve made. The Democratic nominee for president noted minorities were especially hurt by the financial crisis. “It’s been said that when the economy catches a cold, communities of color get pneumonia,” she said. “The great recession hit our whole country hard but the toll was especially difficult for black and Latino families.” Clinton’s comments came hours after the U.S. government announced that the economy added 255,000 jobs in July — surpassing economists’ expectations — while the unemployment rate stayed at 4.9%. Clinton and her running mate, Tim Kaine, have been traveling the country to discuss their jobs agenda, including a three-day bus tour across the Rust Belt following the Democratic National Convention. To counter the stronger-than-expected jobs report, Republican nominee Donald Trump released a statement Friday morning saying the country is “in the middle of the single worst ‘recovery’ since the Great Depression” “The economy the media and the Clinton Machine is describing is an economy that doesn’t exist for most Americans,” Trump said. “It’s an economy enjoyed by her donors and special interests, and one suffered through every day by millions of Americans.” Looming over Clinton’s appearance in front of a ballroom full of journalists in Washington, D.C., was her relative lack of interactions with reporters. Sign up for CNN Politics’ Nightcap newsletter, serving up today’s best and tomorrow’s essentials in politics.
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