Trump's economic advisor admits Trump had nothing to do with Friday's strong jobs report
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The February jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics released Friday was strong: 235,000 jobs were added, higher than the 200,000 expected by economists.

It was the first official report of President Donald Trump's tenure since the survey week for January's report was done before Inauguration Day.

According to Gary Cohn, the head of Trump's National Economic Council, there's no reason to give credit to Trump for the strong report.

During an interview with CNBC, Cohn did say the...

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