From the November 10 edition of CNN's New Day:
CHRISTINE ROMANS: You know, it was a very strong jobs report on Friday, as you know, 5 percent unemployment rate. Now, the underemployment rate -- they call it the real unemployment rate -- below 10 percent for the first time since the crisis. I want to show you how the president's job creation compares with recent presidents. So these are two term presidents at this stage in their tenure. You've got Barack Obama, 8.7 million jobs. George W. Bush, 5.4 million. Look at Bill Clinton. Remember the Clinton years? It was a jobs machine, more than 20 million jobs. And under Ronald Reagan, 12.1 million jobs. I suspect you're going to hear a lot tonight about the Obama economy and it will be a dirty word rolling off the tongues of the Republicans. But for the top money man in Washington, things looking good here right now.