Donald Trump has been accused of not doing enough to help job seekers and the economy.
He has been criticized for not having the same kind of immigration policies as his rivals and not giving any jobs to Americans who are not in the country legally.
But Trump said on Tuesday that his administration will fix the economy and create jobs.
“The first priority is getting the economy going again, and that means fixing the unemployment rate and making sure people have a job,” Trump said in an interview on Fox News.
“That means a lot of people are going to have jobs and I want to get them.”
The president is in a tough spot, as unemployment has fallen by nearly 9 percent in the past two months, while the stock market has recovered.
But there are still a number of jobs that are still out there that could be lost, Trump said.
He also said that his team would make the case to the American people that they should vote for him.
“I’m going to be a lot tougher on jobs, I’m going.
I’m not going to take the easy way out.
And if I get elected, we’re going to do it,” Trump told Fox News host Megyn Kelly.”
If I get reelected, we have to get the jobs back, but if I’m reelected I will do everything I can to get those jobs back.
We’re going through a great economic recovery.
We have a great economy.
We’ve got a great middle class,” he said.