In Friday’s jobs report, black unemployment reached a record low: 6.8 percent. That’s the lowest black unemployment has been since the Bureau of Labor Statistics began tracking unemployment, which started in 1972. “The lowest in nearly 5 decades and a credit to [President Donald Trump’s] economic policies!!” tweeted White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah.

Trump weighed in, too:

And so did the new president of The Heritage Foundation, Kay Coles James:

Watch the video above to see Fox Business’ Charles Payne discuss the record low number.