How Much Credit Does Trump Deserve For U.S. Economy's Progress This Year?06:00
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In this Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, photo, a recruiter from the postal service, right, speaks with an attendee of a job fair in Cheswick, Pa. On Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, the Labor Department reported that the number of unemployed workers filing for jobless benefits fell by 2,000 a week earlier to 236,000, the lowest level in five weeks and further evidence of the strength in the labor market. (Keith Srakocic/AP)
In this Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017, photo, a recruiter from the postal service, right, speaks with an attendee of a job fair in Cheswick, Pa. On Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, the Labor Department reported that the number of unemployed workers filing for jobless benefits fell by 2,000 a week earlier to 236,000, the lowest level in five weeks and further evidence of the strength in the labor market. (Keith Srakocic/AP)
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The latest jobs report from November showed more progress in the U.S. economy.

Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson and The Atlantic's Derek Thompson (@DKThomp) look at which sectors did best in 2017, and discuss how much credit Donald Trump can take for the economic conditions.

This segment aired on December 11, 2017.

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