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AP FACT CHECK: Trump's exaggerated 'great American comeback'


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In just three years of my administration, 3.5 million working-age people have joined the workforce.”THE FACTS: Trump is being misleading with numbers to tarnish his predecessor’s record. This has enabled the labor force to climb by an impressive 4.86 million in just three years under Trump.___TRUMP: “The USMCA will create nearly 100,000 new high-paying American auto jobs, and massively boost exports for our farmers, ranchers and factory workers.”THE FACTS: The president is exaggerating.The U.S. International Trade Commission examined the deal with Canada and Mexico in an April report. Manufacturers lost jobs last year in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin — the older industrial states where Trump had promised revival.___HEALTH CARETRUMP: “We will always protect patients with preexisting conditions.”THE FACTS: That’s a promise, not a guarantee.The Trump administration is backing a lawsuit by conservative-led states that would overturn the entire Affordable Care Act, including its guarantees that people cannot be turned down or charged more for health insurance because of preexisting medical problems.Trump and congressional Republicans have vowed they will protect people with preexisting conditions, but they have not specified how they would do that.

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