Gasparino was writing in response to a tweet from Wall Street Journal columnist Kimberley Strassel.
If this statistic seems dubious, that is because it is categorically false; there have actually been 63 fiscal quarters across the past 60 years in which the unemployment rate was lower than the rate of growth for the gross domestic product, or GDP.
Gasparino responded with a mix of snark and anger.
But as he answered a question from a reporter about Trump's tweet, he also bashfully recalled an earlier incident when he gave Sanders a "bad number".
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Hopefully it is also a beginning, and that will help him to gain confidence because he is a key player for us ". I've come here to win the game with Spain and everyone defends their corner with their own interests at heart".
Hassett said the correct statement the president should have made is that the GDP rate rising above the unemployment rate had not happened in 10 years. "What I do know is that's the highest in 10 years".
Gasparino's tweet referenced Trump's incorrect assertion that GDP had exceeded the nation's unemployment rate for the first time in 100 years. Later that same day, Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Kevin Hassett said the president was wrong.
Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) took notice of Obama's pot-calling-the-kettle-black speech and blasted the former president in a Twitter thread for his blatant contribution to the brokenness of American politics and our current state of discord.
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Danny Welbeck thought he had snatched a share of the points at the death, but the effort was controversially ruled out for offside.
The US economy added about 3 million jobs for black workers while Obama was in office, according to BLS data.
This wasn't the first time Hassett has weighed in on a presidential tweet.
On Sunday, Trump said in a tweet that "the Stock Market is up nearly 50% since Election".
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