President Donald Trump on Monday, Sept. 7, praised the ongoing labor market recovery from a CCP-related economic crisis, saying that if his Democratic rival Joe Biden is elected, the pandemic rebound will come to a halt and “every other country will be smiling.”

“We’re currently witnessing the fastest labor market recovery from an economic crisis in history,” President Trump told reporters at the White House, three days after the Labor Department reported that unemployment fell to 8.4% in August from the peak of 14.7% just in April.

“Next year will be the greatest economic year in the history our country, I project,” the president added.

In its latest report released on Friday, the Labor Department said that the U.S. economy created 1.37 million new jobs last month and has now recovered roughly 10.7 million jobs as of August, or around half of the jobs lost in this CCP-inducted economic collapse.

According to CNBC, President Trump predicted a sharp economic rebound next year, saying on Monday that the world’s largest economy is recovering in a V shape, “probably a super V.”

The president also noted that the United States is “rounding the corner” on the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus, saying a vaccine could be ready as soon as next month.

“We’ve done an incredible job at speeds like nobody has ever seen before,” the president said of his administration’s pandemic response. “This could have taken two or three years. Instead, it’s being done in a very short period of time. We could even have [a vaccine] in the month of October.”

Foreseeing a vaccine ready right before the November election and a fast economic rebound, President Trump sought to restore American people’s trust about his ability to manage the economic recovery from a crisis triggered by a kind of virus from the Chinese Communist Party. He lobbed criticism at his election opponent and the CCP as well.

“If Joe Biden becomes president, China [the CCP] will own the United States, and every other country will be smiling as well,” the president said.

“There’s been no country anywhere at anytime that’s ripped us off like China does,” President Trump continued.

Biden has accused President Trump of mishandling the virus pandemic by playing down the virus and then trying to force the economy to reopen too soon. He argued that he would listen to the scientists and would shut the economy down before controlling the virus.

The Trump campaign, however, said that the way Biden handles the pandemic would kill countless American businesses, jobs, and the future of the U.S. economy.

Polls are showing that the virus pandemic and the economy are the two most important issues with U.S. voters heading into the Nov. 3 election.