clinton: it is such an unfortunate heckscher that he unfortunate that he has painted such a dire picture for african community -- african-american communities in our country. mr. trump: i do not believe she has the stamina. ms. clinton: this is a man that has called women pigs and slobs. pregnancyat has said is an inconvenience to employers. deserve equalnot pay him as they do as good of a job as men. david: let's turn now to megan murphy. megan, as you saw they covered a lot of territory. what did we learn besides the fact that we all need you to in for the second one? an: yes, this was not a knockout blow for hillary clinton, but it was a very strong performance for her. she really did solidify her candidacy. at sometimes she was quite personal she is such a public figure, that people think they already know her. on his side, he did show a lack of discipline and apparent miss -- preparedness. he had the tendency to rise to her bait and get riled up. alix: ira member of the mitt romney and -- i remember the mitt romney and barack obama today. what kind of expectations does this race for
the big heckscher is the one you -- the bigger picture is the one you mentioned, the job force participation rate. now we are down to 62.5%. i don't think it's because people are fat and happy and don't need to work. i think they are disaffected and disillusioned and they can't find what they want. a lot of people are going to the grey economy, not reporting taxes, everything in cash. maybe it's the black economy. it's off radar. a lot of people are stuck in part-time jobs that they would prefer to be full-time. in the tech sector, it's a different situation. stem skills, computer science, math, algorithms are in short supply. those people are still in high demand. emily: you wonder how much the on demand economy is changing things here. when of the interesting stats from this report is if you look at taxi driver numbers, they are not going down even as uber and lyft drivers increase. >> embedded in the jobs report was the verizon strike. inside the numbers you had somewhere between 35,000 and 37,000 that came out of telecom in may that will likely come back to the jobs report in june. that'
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