That in absolutely no way contradicts what I just linked, which also are his raw statements and not some Fox news article trying to sugarcoat shit as much as possible to fit their narrative. No alternative facts please.
How about you provide some citations to support your assertion? I'm sure there are plenty since there is such a clear trend so should be rather easy for you...
It's completely irrelevant to the actual point I was making, to reiterate - policies put forth by one administration can take years to affect the economy.
Some policies take years, and have lasting effects. I did mention this several times when showing how the economic trends for the current overall 'well being' being felt in America had started with the Obama administration circa 2010 and the continued downward trend of unemployment, who some people in this thread were very eager to attribute to Trump, duly ignored. I don't recall what was your stance on that particular discussion but I do recall a lot of the usual suspects trying very hard to give it as a clear sign of Trump's policies. It's not.
Other policies such as declaring an illegal war on Iraq and then spending a trillion dollars just to go play with your toys in the sand, have a more immediate effect on budget and debt. It just so happens in the past few decades that it's always a Republican sitting in that chair when a war breaks out. I myself find this too much of a coincidence for it to be a coincidence.