Because deficits only really matter when there's a Democrat in the White House, of course.
Donald Trump is unconcerned about the pending spike in the federal deficit due to tax cuts, because data shows it will balloon after he leaves office, and so will not be there when the crisis hits.
Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) told Meet the Press host Chuck Todd they're going to have to make some "tough choices so that we can balance our books" as he fearmongered about the "powder keg of dynamite" and debt he and his party just made worse with a gigantic tax cut for the rich.
Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) tells Meet the Press host Chuck Todd they're going to have to make some "tough choices so that we can balance our books" after he and his fellow Republicans increased the deficit with tax cuts for their rich friends.
It's an oldie but goodie. And guess which programs he thinks should get cut to pay for it?
Mitch McConnell is worried about his deficit.
If people need a reason to vote, this should be it. Everyone is touched by one of these programs.
Pushing a "Pay Go" strategy for Democratic proposals isn't good economics or good politics.
Larry Kudlow is only talking to Trump and his idiot minions, so the "market" doesn't care what he says. The sad thing? He's the lead economic adviser to the so-called "president."
Lie, lie, lie, lie, lie, lie, lie. Larry Kudlow knows the "deficit" in his bank account is just fine, though. #TaxCutForMillionaires
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