"You can read into that 10 different things if you want to read into it".
"Our bond desk knew this was a huge heads up, but there are so many headlines and stories and themes we are following, Spain, Italy, trade sanctions, Nafta, that the President's tweet didn't set off a firestorm of trading activity", said Chris Rupkey, chief financial economist from Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group.
"We are looking at ways to bring temporary immigrants with temporary visas legally into the U.S.in a number of industries", Mr Kudlow told newsmen.
Former press secretary to George W. Bush, Ari Fleischer, who has often come to Trump's defense on a number of issues, also decried the president's early tweet.
Former treasury secretary Lawrence Summers said it was a remarkable breach that in the past would have led to multiple investigations.
Investors welcomed the report.
Its report stated that factory jobs have grown by 259,000 in the past year, with most of the growth in long-lasting goods.
"If the U.S. rolls out trade measures including tariffs, all the agreements reached in the negotiations won't take effect", state-run Xinhua News Agency reported yesterday, citing a statement from the Chinese team that met with a USA delegation led by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.
Still, a 1985 government rule prohibits officials from commenting on the jobs report until one hour after release, something Trump administration officials have done on various occasions.
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Jason Furman, the head of the Council of Economic Advisers for President Barack Obama, tweeted that if Trump's tweet conveys inside info then he should never get the jobs report briefing again.
"Its market moving and it creates instability and uncertainty in markets", Furman said.
Second, there has been a strong effort to insulate this information from political leaders, as advance discussion of the data could make it seem politicized.
The question is whether the president's comment "looking forward to" constitutes commenting on the data.
"The idea that someone who is political would let information out ahead of time undermines that independence and credibility at a time when its under attack pretty aggressively already", she said.
During the 2016 campaign, when Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, and Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee, both became eligible to receive classified briefings, some intelligence officials also expressed reservations about sharing sensitive information with Trump. In November and December, he routinely posted daily updates on the rising stock market, attributing it to his tenure. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 227 points, or 0.9 percent, in afternoon trading. Wages are 2.7% higher than a year earlier.
Based on its potential to move financial markets, the jobs report is held under a strict embargo until its official release time.
Though Trump's tweet suggested a strong jobs report, it may not have been the White House's first time giving clues on the numbers.
It was one of Trump's key promises during the campaign, and it is being kept.