Bernie Sanders: Strong Economy Due to 2008 'Rebound,' Not Trump

By Jason Devaney, Newsmax

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., admitted the economy under President Donald Trump is "doing well" in a new interview, but said it's part of a "rebound" from the 2008 recession — not a product of Trump's policies.

"The economy is doing well. And I'm sure I don't have to give Trump any credit. I'm sure he will take all the credit that he wants," Sanders, a leading Democratic candidate for president, told ABC News.

"But what we should also know is that what we are looking at is a 10-year rebound from the Wall Street crash of 2008."

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