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US Presidential Debate Insight: Trump’s Job Creation Plan Would Set Record If Achieved

Donald Trump in debate with Hillary Clinton says his policies will “be a job creator like we haven’t seen since Ronald Reagan.”

This echoes promises made on Sept. 15 to create 25 million jobs in a decade — that would be more than three times as many as created since 2006
NOTE: Most jobs ever created over such a period were the
24.4 million added in the 10 years ending in March 2001, according to data compiled by Bloomberg

Worst stretch was the decade through March 2010, when about 2 million jobs were lost

Hillary Clinton questions whether Donald Trump isn’t releasing his tax returns because he’s not as wealthy as claims or doesn’t give as much to charity as claims.

Clinton also alleges that maybe Trump doesn’t want voters to see he doesn’t pay federal income tax; brings up reports saying that Trump owes ~$650m to Wall Street, foreign banks
Clinton says only tax returns released publicly by Trump showed he paid no federal tax “That makes me smart,” Trump responded during debate in N.Y.
Trump says he’s “extremely under-leveraged” in response to Clinton’s comment on money he owes banks. Clinton speculates Trump may have something “terrible” to hide and that’s why  he’s not releasing returns. Trump says he will release tax information when Clinton releases 33k in deleted e-mails
On e-mails, Clinton says “I made a mistake” using private server and “I take responsibility for that”… Watch Video.

                

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