Trump economic advisor Larry Kudlow told Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace that he didn't "understand what planet they're describing" when asked how they'd respond to the Democratic presidential candidates addressing income inequality.
Trump economic advisor Larry Kudlow tells Fox's Chris Wallace that he doesn't "understand what planet they're describing" when the Democrats were discussing economic disparity at the debates and just pretended it doesn't exist when asked what Trump would do to solve it.
Fox's Charles Payne attacks Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's proposed tax plan as "punitive" and having "a racial element" to it on the Feb. 4th edition of America's Newsroom
Surveys are showing overwhelming support for raising taxes on top earners, so expect the attacks on the likes of AOC and Elizabeth Warren to continue to ramp up over on Fox to try to counter it.
I think the rich assume they're bulletproof now. They think they'll maintain their ability to hoard all the nice stuff even if the rest of America (or the world) burns. And I wish I believed they were wrong about that.
Fox Business host Charles Payne is very concerned about public sentiment turning against the ultra-rich in America.
Overpaid CNN anchor Jake Tapper thinks it's "radical" to say that the 1 percent has way too much money.
CNN anchor Jake Tapper called New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's suggestion that there "is plenty of money in the world" but "it's just in the wrong hands" "radical" on this Sunday's State of the Union.
After helping his fellow Republicans blow a mile wide hole in the budget with their tax cuts, House Speaker Paul Ryan promises they're going to gut our social safety nets next.
“Bullcrap!" That’s the epithet Orrin Hatch threw at his fellow senator, Sherrod Brown, during a meeting of the Senate Finance Committee.
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