Many 2020 Democrats are ceding the economic conversation to Donald Trump to our collective peril. But there are some policy stand outs.
Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet whacked Trump for his failure to help people afford a middle class lifestyle despite the fact that the economy has continued to do well since the recovery started under the Obama administration.
Colorado Senator Michael Bennet responds to Chuck Todd's question on how Democrats can run against Trump when the economy is doing well.
Larry Kudlow told Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace that he doesn't believe the exploding federal deficit is going to be a "burden on the economy."
Trump's economic adviser Larry Kudlow did his best to downplay concerns over the exploding federal deficit on Fox News Sunday, telling host Chris Wallace "I don’t think that’s a burden on the economy."
Heather McGhee, Distinguished Senior Fellow, Demos Action joined Joy Reid this morning to talk about the ways GND policy can act as guidance for mitigating job loss.
King understood racial equality was inextricably linked to economics. He asked, “What good does it do to be able to eat at a lunch counter if you can’t buy a hamburger?”
Officials said they were focused now on understanding the scope of the consequences and determining whether there is anything they can do to intervene.
In 1997, Kathleen Caronna spent 24 days in a coma after a Cat in the Hat float in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade crashed into a lamppost, causing part of the lamppost to plunge into her.
Based on a lot of great research by political messaging gurus I respect, I am convinced that the best play for Democrats consists of talking populist economics, taking on corporate special interests, and combining it with a head-on approach to race and class that raises issues of racism upfront. This cycle I had a chance to experiment with this kind of approach and the evidence suggests it was a big winner.
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