US economic crisis ‘far from over’ despite 2.5 million jobs gained

President Donald Trump says the US economy is bouncing back from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, after the unemployment rate unexpectedly dropped to 13 percent. But there was little change for African Americans.
While the economy also regained 2.5 million jobs in the month of May, economists warn the crisis is far from over.
Al Jazeera’s Rob Reynolds reports.

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