Trump has repeatedly called for a slower start in the economy, which has been on fire and struggling since the beginning of the year.
And he is urging Congress to delay any spending bills to allow more time to develop an emergency plan to save the economy from the worst of the crisis.
The president also has said he wants Congress to extend unemployment benefits, which expire March 31.
But he has not yet laid out a timeline for doing so.
We’ll be following this closely.
The latest figures from the Labor Department show the unemployment rate dropped to 5.4 percent in March, down from 5.6 percent in February.
The economy is now growing at a 1.9 percent annual rate, according to the Commerce Department.
But there are many questions about the economy right now, especially as the economy recovers from the shock from Hurricane Harvey and the death of the first of the three men involved in the deadly Las Vegas mass shooting.
Here are five things to watch as we learn more about the recovery.