Donald Trump on economic policy: Brazil's recession should prove a cautionary tale for the President-elect
Monday, 21 November 2016 It is hard to compare Donald Trump to anyone else in American politics, especially when it comes to the economy. The president-elect plans to combine restrictions on goods imported from abroad, which are usually advocated by liberal politicians, with conventionally Republican policies, such as tax relief for the wealthy and major corporations, along with more federal borrowing.
No. 18 -- Nick Sargen, chief economist at Fort Washington Investment Advisers, examines the potential market impact of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's economic policy, compared to the history of former President Ronald Reagan. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump held firm to his demands on Wednesday in a U.S. immigration policy fight with Democrats even as a bipartisan group... Reuters - USAlso reported by •Independent