Sadly, segments like this one where our corporate media continually insists Republicans should be able to run on the economy if Trump would just stop distracting everyone with his Tweets are far too common.
John King and his political panel insist that Republicans should be able to run on a strong economy if Trump would quit distracting with things like impeachment talk, ignoring the fact that the tax cuts primarily went to the rich and they want to pay for them with cuts to the social safety net.
Oklahoma Rep. Markwayne Mullin tries circular economic logic with Ali Velshi. It does not go well for Mullin - Velshi is so out of Mullin's league.
Fast food executive Andrew Puzder was Trump's pick for Labor Secretary until even Republican Senators couldn't vote for him (imagine that!). Now he has decided he likes those unemployment numbers because President Obama is no longer in office.
Trump's failed Labor Secretary nominee credits the recent tax cuts for the rich and the Republican tax cuts for the U.S. supposedly having the "best economy in history" as Trump was recently claiming.
Someone's boss must have had a chat with her after she attacked the GOP tax scam for primarily benefiting corporations and "fat cats."
Trish Regan suggests to Utah Congressman turned Fox contributor Jason Chaffetz that Democrats really don't want the economy or the stock market to do well under Donald Trump during a discussion about the GOP tax scam bill, and whether cutting "entitlements" ought to be next.
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