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Nobel prize-winning economist explains why the jobs report under-represents virus's economic damage


Nobel prize-winning economist Paul Romer joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the June jobs report, which showed strong gains in employment. Romer explains that the real unemployment rate is likely higher than what is reflected in the report, because of those who "have given up working," and how new virus surges could set back the economic recovery.