WASHINGTON The White House has acknowledged error in its false claim that President Donald Trump created three times as many jobs for African Americans than President Barack Obama.It was a rare admission of fault for an administration that frequently skews data and overstates economic gains.White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said on Twitter late Tuesday that she had been wrong earlier that day when she told reporters that Obama created only 195,000 jobs for African Americans during his tenure compared with Trump 700,000 new jobs in just two years. Economy actually added about 3 million jobs for black workers during Obama tenure, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.Trump in his first year and a half has already tripled what President Obama did in eight years, she told reporters during a Tuesday press briefing.But that assertion is false. Official statistics show black jobs went from 15.5 million when Obama took office in January 2008 to 18.4 million when he left in January 2017.In fact, the most dramatic drop in black unemployment came during the Obama administration as the nation climbed out of a crippling recession.
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