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US health officials believe 20M Americans have had virus

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

US health officials believe 20M Americans have had virus

"U. S. officials believe millions of Americans have the corona virus and never knew it the officials say as many as twenty million people have contracted the virus nearly ten times the number of confirmed cases somewhere between five six seven eight percent of the American public the estimates based on the CDC studies of blood samples collected nationwide with director Robert Redfield saying many people may not have known that they were infected about a dozen states are now seeing worrisome rice's in cases but trump administration officials like economic adviser Larry Kudlow say the news is not all bad some states are seeing drops and some jumps we just have to live with that the administration's looking to get its public health experts back before the public like in the pandemic's early days to ease fears Sager mag ani

Robert Redfield Economic Adviser U. S. CDC Director Larry Kudlow
US health officials believe 20M Americans have had virus

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

US health officials believe 20M Americans have had virus

"U. S. officials believe millions of Americans have the corona virus and never knew it the officials say as many as twenty million people have contracted the virus nearly ten times the number of confirmed cases somewhere between five six seven eight percent of the American public the estimates based on the CDC studies of blood samples collected nationwide with director Robert Redfield saying many people may not have known that they were infected about a dozen states are now seeing worrisome rice's in cases but trump administration officials like economic adviser Larry Kudlow say the news is not all bad some states are seeing drops and some jumps we just have to live with that the administration's looking to get its public health experts back before the public like in the pandemic's early days to ease fears Sager mag ani Washington

Robert Redfield Economic Adviser U. S. CDC Director Larry Kudlow Ani Washington
US health officials believe 20M Americans have had virus

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

US health officials believe 20M Americans have had virus

"U. S. officials believe millions of Americans have the corona virus and never knew it the officials say as many as twenty million people have contracted the virus nearly ten times the number of confirmed cases somewhere between five six seven eight percent of the American public the estimates based on the CDC studies of blood samples collected nationwide with director Robert Redfield saying many people may not have known that they were infected about a dozen states are now seeing worrisome rice's in cases but trump administration officials like economic adviser Larry Kudlow say the news is not all bad some states are seeing drops and some jumps we just have to live with that the administration's looking to get its public health experts back before the public like in the pandemic's early days to ease fears Sager mag ani Washington

Robert Redfield Economic Adviser U. S. CDC Director Larry Kudlow Ani Washington
Kudlow: US economy 'off to the races' for V-shaped recovery

WBZ Afternoon News

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Kudlow: US economy 'off to the races' for V-shaped recovery

"Oh five White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow is rather upbeat about the state of the U. S. economy right now this is a turning point in the economy you've got a lot of positive green shoot indicators and we don't want to interrupt that on CNN's state of the union Carlos saying the country is in the recovery stage he insisted the economy must re opened because he says it could cost more not to reopen that ed it is to shutting down during the

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Trump touts economic progress as unemployment falls

Ray Appleton

01:02 min | Last month

Trump touts economic progress as unemployment falls

"Unemployment dipping for the first time in months as the United States adds two point five million jobs in may here's Christine Romans the jobless rate fell to thirteen point three percent that is still a devastatingly large number but it's not that twenty percent that so many have been worried about when you look within some of the categories black unemployment still sixteen point eight percent Hispanic unemployment still very very high the thirteen point three percent of the overall number it is not that depression era twenty percent that so many of us had been worried about president trump and members of his economic team spoke at the White House rose garden this morning after those jobs numbers came out and White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says he can't wait to see what June has in store at may twelfth for the week the survey was taken a little less than fifty percent of small businesses have reopened according to the chamber of commerce the most recent number in late may or early June seventy nine percent of small business every open so we're gonna see more continued progress in the June jobs numbers when they

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US-China relationship grows more complicated and potentially dangerous

Morning Edition

03:44 min | Last month

US-China relationship grows more complicated and potentially dangerous

"Hong Kong is on its way to losing its autonomy China's legislature has now approved a plan to pass a sweeping new national security law president trump is warning of possible sanctions against China over its treatment of Hong Kong and in recent days the trump administration has blocked the sale of sensitive technology to Chinese companies and your Scott Horsley has more it seems like a lifetime ago but it was only back in January the president trump was celebrating a trade deal in which China promised by hundreds of billions of dollars worth of additional American goods we're delighted that the Chinese consumers will now enjoy the greater access to the best products on earth those may grown and raised right here in the USA hog farmers were among those who saw big opportunity China has lost much of his own pork production to an outbreak of African swine fever and Marie is he above the national pork producers council says American farmers were eager to fill the void so far though sales have fallen short of their potential unfortunately when the Chinese have the chance to buy pork they're going to go to where the price is low and even with the trade deal American pork still faces a much higher tariff in China than its global competitors exports of farm goods factory products and crude oil are all running far behind what was promised in the trade deal Syracuse University economist Mary lovely says those targets were always going to be a stretch and the corona virus has made things worse the world has changed and clearly China's purchases are going to be affected one because their demand collapsed secondly American supply collapsed in so you had sort of a double whammy on their reaching these purchase target last week foreign policy magazine ran a story headlined trump's China trade deal is as dead as can be White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow told fox business the deal is still alive but not as important to the president as it once was right now it's been a lot of miscues from China trump has been harshly critical of China over its handling of the pandemic China was slow to acknowledge the corona virus can spread from person to person still China appear to been much more successful than the US at controlling the outbreak you and soon had wrecked the China program at the Stimson center says Beijing reach trump's criticism as an effort to deflect from his own government's missed S. I think the Chinese reaction as wait a minute maybe we are responsible for part of it but for you to completely blame everything on us that's not fair Bernie Glaser of the center for strategic and International Studies has historically China has been cautious about sape flexing its muscle in Hong Kong because it wanted to maintain a working relationship with the U. S. but with both countries now throwing sharp elbows lasers as the brakes are coming off in my view the pandemic is really just an acceleration of the downward spiral in the relationship which now appears to me to be honest in free fall I don't know where the bottom is but I feel like we haven't reached it yet the trump administration has been ratcheting up its restrictions on exports of sensitive technology to China and its calls for reduced dependence on China for critical goods like medical supplies are growing louder glazier once there's so much anti China sentiment in the U. S. the relationship may suffer even if there's a new president in the White House next year both Biden and trump are trying to position themselves as being the toughest on China and nobody is is talking about what in this US China relationship needs to be preserved that's ominous for the kind of cooperation between the two countries the world needs to tackle challenges like climate change and the

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China approves plan to impose national security laws on Hong Kong; Trump threatens sanctions

Morning Edition

03:44 min | Last month

China approves plan to impose national security laws on Hong Kong; Trump threatens sanctions

"Hong Kong is on its way to losing its autonomy China's legislature has now approved a plan to pass a sweeping new national security law president trump is warning of possible sanctions against China over its treatment of Hong Kong in recent days the trump administration has blocked the sale of sensitive technology to Chinese companies and your Scott Horsley has more it seems like a lifetime ago but it was only back in January that president trump was celebrating a trade deal in which China promised by hundreds of billions of dollars worth of additional American goods we're delighted that the Chinese consumers will now enjoy the greater access to the best products on earth those may grown and raised right here in the USA hog farmers were among those who saw big opportunity China has lost much of its own pork production to an outbreak of African swine fever and re is he above the national pork producers council says American farmers were eager to fill the void so far though sales have fallen short of their potential unfortunately when the Chinese have a chance to buy pork they're going to go to where the prices low and even with the trade deal American pork still faces a much higher tariff in China and its global competitors exports of farm goods factory products and crude oil are all running far behind what was promised in the trade deal Syracuse University economist Mary lovely says those targets were always going to be a stretch and the corona virus has made things worse the world has changed and clearly China's purchases are going to be affected one because their demand collapsed secondly American supply collapsed in so you have sort of a double whammy on their reaching these purchase target last week foreign policy magazine ran a story headlined trump's China trade deal is as dead as can be White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow told fox business the deal is still alive but not as important to the president as it once was right now is that a lot of misuse from China trump has been harshly critical of China over its handling of the pandemic China was slow to acknowledge the corona virus can spread from person to person still China appears to been much more successful than the US at controlling the outbreak you and soon had wrecked the China program at the Stimson center says Beijing reads trump's criticism as an effort to deflect from his own government's missed S. I think the Chinese reaction as wait a minute maybe we are responsible for part of it but for you to completely blame everything on us that's not fair Glazer of the center for strategic and International Studies has historically China has been cautious about safe flexing its muscle in Hong Kong because it wanted to maintain a working relationship with the U. S. but with both countries now throwing sharp elbows lasers as the brakes are coming off in my view the pandemic is really just an acceleration of the downward spiral in the relationship which now appears to me to be honest in free fall I don't know where the bottom is but I feel like we haven't reached it yet the trump administration has been ratcheting up its restrictions on exports of sensitive technology to China and its calls for reduced dependence on China for critical goods like medical supplies are growing louder glazier ones are so much anti China sentiment in the U. S. the relationship may suffer even if there's a new president in the White House next year both Biden and trump are trying to position themselves as being the toughest on China and nobody is is talking about what in this U. S. China relationship needs to be preserved that's ominous for the kind of cooperation between the two countries the world needs to tackle challenges like climate change and the

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Kudlow says Trump administration looking at 'back to work bonus'

Rush Limbaugh

00:18 sec | Last month

Kudlow says Trump administration looking at 'back to work bonus'

"News president trump's top economic adviser says it's being considered as a way to encourage Americans laid off during the pandemic to return this follows concern about a bonus in unemployment benefits that raised incomes for some workers Larry Kudlow telling fox news he doesn't expect Congress to pass an extension

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Democrats push $3T coronavirus relief bill toward House

The Dennis Prager Show

00:25 sec | Last month

Democrats push $3T coronavirus relief bill toward House

"Package or is it a trump believes phase four of corona virus emergency relief should include a cut in payroll taxes and White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says discussions are very much alive the answer is yes there's stuff going on behind the scenes talking about it and presents very keen on it meanwhile the White House has criticized the house Democrats three trillion dollar corona virus bill saying it's packed full of liberal

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Reopening America: The status of coronavirus restrictions

First Light

06:55 min | Last month

Reopening America: The status of coronavirus restrictions

"Michael so where exactly are we today in terms of lies half the country open half close how does that work well it really every state with the exception of Connecticut Massachusetts has made plans to partially reopened in some way that includes New York state where there have been more than twenty six thousand deaths overall but governor Andrew Cuomo has been checking the boxes on the criteria for re opening and he said there are a number of counties now granted outside of New York City a number of regions that could start re opening some businesses on Friday his New York all the order the latest one expires this Friday may fifteenth so kind as their state really moving in that direction and we thought over the weekend where a number of states have the option of going to a beach or going to a park but this is at odds with what we are seeing in the numbers and the projection Michael on Monday the US corona virus death toll moving past eighty thousand and over the weekend because of that increased mobility because of more state giving people more places to go a key model by the university of Washington researchers there up there project the death toll from the corona virus to one hundred thirty seven thousand by August okay date moving forward with their plans even as public health experts warn there will be more cases and there will be more deaths so just to be clear for our listeners those new projections are taking into account the re opening and more increased mobility of people yes absolutely that was one of the chief criteria that the researchers cited when they raised their projection so I I've got more people start to get more freedom there will be more compact did not of what those researchers are really worried about I think you're really depending when you hear from the governors who are re opening businesses there really depending on their residents to observe the social distance thanks to where those great coverage where they are mandated by still going to be a very tricky proposition for a lot of businesses we're talking about a seismic change in the way a lot of them operate is there any uniformity to this because you know the the virus does not necessarily abide by state county city line so is their uniformity and how these things are being opened and how they're being enforced a number of states have warmed regional coalition Michael we've seen in the northeast for example you know seven states including New York New Jersey Connecticut even Rhode Island really being mindful of one another as they proceed with their opening plans then you'll see a similar situation out west where California and Washington state and Oregon have kind of agreed to communicate with one another also here in the Washington DC area you've got the district of Columbia with a stay at home order that that you are the op on this Friday may fifth he's the mayor health decide what she wants to do the act as the governor of neighboring Virginia talked about moving forward with phase one first on counties in his state of course Maryland another place back during Q. the lot of the states are trying to work together but they feel the pressures from their residence there's a very unique case for example in Bristol which is on the Tennessee Virginia border where Tennessee had already loosened up their restrictions that had so in time for the weekend you had businesses that were on the same street but unable to open because one part of the town within ten feet the other in Virginia so the states trying to work in concert but really have to keep a lot of their own insurance their own economy than mine twenty before the hour on first line we're talking with national correspondent Karen Cape as America re opens and I want to ask what's happened up in South Dakota with the governor telling the Cheyenne river Sioux that you need to take down your road blocks because she had the the the governor there has not in South Dakota has not instituted stayed home orders but the Sioux Indian tribe has because they've they've blocked down some roads because they're concerned about the virus and it's been kind of a standoff there is rapidly changing but I felt included governor gate right he gets you tried if you I would take legal action make them to court over the corona virus check point of course each level point in South Dakota has been largely around the packing facilities where a number of cases have been reported and there's been some community right among them but this was a great concern these tribes especially with people coming and going South Dakota residents don't live on the reservation there are only allowed if they're not coming from a hot spot if they're there for any financial activity they have to complete a health questionnaire but the idea of the roadblock to something that the governor objected to you I she'd given them forty eight hours to remove them when they were put out and then dividing that by the state we're going to take legal action so all the states are busy opening up the house of representatives is still not back in session in Washington but that doesn't mean house Democrats have been talking to each other so what's the status of the democratic legislative plan for another round of stimulus and relief they are ready you are really forge ahead with another recovery package and they have got to be big it could potentially go beyond that two point two trillion dollar measure that they passed in late March which of course I included that in your payments he will Merrick and they want to see more of that they want to he asked them funding for things like beating up unemployment insurance and all through out the money for states to start the process at all perhaps moving toward mail in voting with the general election in November in mind but they are also adamant that the next package will include money for state and local governments that have been particularly hit hard by their response the corona virus right now this is something odd that Republicans have been somewhat respected you but it's you know over the weekend that the White House it's not entirely receptive to the other the idea of yet another day of it was still there are a number of conservative Republican too grown concerned about the amount of money that is going towards the stimulus Africa demanded been about three trillion dollars so far again a number of White House economic adviser were out on the Sunday talk shows you talked about how they feel another stimulus bill is a little too early for if they want to see the results of the first round of money that had been put forth before they move forward on something else but house Democrats said they could have something to the floor by the end of the week so this could set up an interesting debate yesterday our White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow described talks so far and informal so there is a bit of a line of communication open but it's how Democrats are far farther down the road and the White House and a lot of Republicans are ready to be with another stimulus

Michael
U.S. economy lost 20.5 million jobs in April

America in the Morning

00:51 sec | Last month

U.S. economy lost 20.5 million jobs in April

"As the corona virus pandemic continues the U. S. lost a record twenty point five million jobs in April the largest single month of job losses since the government began tracking the data correspondent Karen K. for ease in Washington with the latest treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin told fox news Sunday it may not even be the worst of the coronavirus crisis the reported numbers are probably going to get worse before they get better but that's why we're focused on rebuilding this economy another stimulus White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow speaking to ABC's this week says to wait to see results of the previous package I think that many people would like to just pause for a moment and take a look at the economic impact of this massive assistance

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Fauci to go into "modified quarantine"

The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Fauci to go into "modified quarantine"

"Several White House staff members and secret service members have tested positive for cove in nineteen one of those is the personal assistant to Ivanka trump Dr Anthony Fauci and other medical team members are going into modified quarantine president trump's senior economic adviser Larry Kudlow says the entire senior staff will not be in quarantine there is a daily testing as you may know for people who have come into contact with the president and the vice president everybody wants to be safe right do the best we can Kudlow says the rules set out by the White House medical unit will be

Personal Assistant Dr Anthony Fauci Donald Trump Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow Senior Staff President Trump Vice President White House Ivanka
Trump advisers cite need to stop 'permanent' economic toll

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Trump advisers cite need to stop 'permanent' economic toll

"Three leading members of the White House coronavirus task force are now in quarantine including the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci but administration officials are saying that shouldn't affect workers confidence that they can return to their jobs safely economic adviser Larry Kudlow tells ABC's this week why don't we rely heavily on what the business is the free enterprise system could produce companies are very innovative they know the job that has to be done this is more likely to be a slow more gradual recovery also appearing on ABC's this week federal reserve Minneapolis president Neel Kashkari says I would love to see a robust recovery but that would require a breakthrough in vaccines a breakthrough in widespread testing a breakthrough in therapies to give all of us confidence that it's safe to go back cascara Yance the economic effects of the pandemic are likely to be felt for a year or two Ben Thomas Washington

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Trump predicts ‘incredibly strong’ third-quarter growth as US faces first downturn in years

Sip Northwest Live

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Trump predicts ‘incredibly strong’ third-quarter growth as US faces first downturn in years

"But president trump says the third quarter economic numbers could see a steep upswing president trump's chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow on ABC's this week according to the Congressional Budget Office and a bunch of private surveys we're gonna see very strong second half of the year probably twenty percent economic growth policies that were in place on lower taxes and lower regulations are still in place we may expand on those policies with the Congress next year twenty twenty one could be a tremendous not back in the U. S. economy but new cash carry president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis saying not so fast the recovery that is if we see a lot of small businesses going through bankruptcy where you're gonna have a and T. empty strip malls for a while until new businesses form the recovery ends up taking a lot longer he says to solve the economy we must first solve the

Donald Trump ABC Congressional Budget Office Congress President Trump Federal Reserve Bank Minneapolis Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow
Trump adviser: 'Scary' working at White House after staff members test positive for COVID-19

Jesus Christ Show (PRN)

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Trump adviser: 'Scary' working at White House after staff members test positive for COVID-19

"Several White House staff members and secret service members have tested positive for covet nineteen one of those is the personnel personal assistant to evoke a trump Dr Anthony Fauci and other medical team members are going into modified quarantine president trump's senior economic adviser Larry Kudlow says that the entire senior staff will not be in quarantine at the moment there is a daily testing as you may know for people who have come into contact with the president and the vice president everybody wants to be safe right do the best we can we'll follow the rules and guidelines of the White House medical

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April Jobs Report Shows Record Unemployment

Del Walmsley

01:48 min | 2 months ago

April Jobs Report Shows Record Unemployment

"Reels after the labor department reported the most job losses ever in a single month in April twenty point five million and the unemployment rate hitting fourteen point seven percent stock indexes one up as bad as the numbers are even worse was predicted and with more businesses re opening the assumption is next month and each month after will be better that's what White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow is counting on according to estimates from the council of economic advisers here about three quarters of this job loss in April looks like temporary layoffs so folks expect to return to their job all well and good but what about right now seedings is completely dried out what three Senate Democrats are proposing giving every single American two thousand dollars every month senators Bernie Sanders at marking Kamilla Harris what to keep issuing the monthly checks for three months after the pandemic ends but Republicans are opposing any more stimulus the argument summed up by Florida's Rick Scott and speaker Nancy Pelosi we gotta send somebody's gonna pay that our kids are great kids I think it's a would be packed penny foolish to say I'm sorry we can't do snap to give you food because there's a national debt forty percent of the second round of federal money approve for small business loans three hundred ten billion dollars for the paycheck protection program is still sitting there on spent instead of drying up in days as predicted several reasons cited by analysts but the most likely they say confusing rules and tight restrictions on how the money is spent all making applying not even worth it and an odd looking stat in the April jobs report shows average hourly earnings shot up almost eight percent eight percent higher than last year but analysts say the number was skewed higher because more lower wages and higher wage workers lost their

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Stocks rise on hopes that awful jobs report marks the bottom

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Stocks rise on hopes that awful jobs report marks the bottom

"Wall Street takes when the country's worst ever unemployment reports and stripe posting gains on Friday the labor department reported April's unemployment rate soared to fourteen point seven percent the highest since the Great Depression that rate translates to twenty million jobs lost in the month thirty three million Austin just seven weeks time despite those incredibly bad numbers the S. and P. gained one point seven percent and posted its first weekly gain in the last three the optimism is based on feelings at the worst of the pandemic has passed president trump's economic adviser Larry Kudlow is confident most of those jobs lost will return quickly about three quarters of the job loss with temporary laughs now that doesn't lessen the hardship by the way the Dow added four hundred fifty five points while the nasdaq closed up one forty one I'm typical wire

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April Jobs Report Shows Record Unemployment

Lewis and Logan

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

April Jobs Report Shows Record Unemployment

"Stocks are higher on Wall Street as investors shrug off the worst jobs report in U. S. history labor department said today players cut twenty million jobs last month shattering the post World War two record as the unemployment rate jumped to fourteen point seven percent amid the corona virus pandemic White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says most of those jobs will return as businesses begin to re open according to estimates from the council of economic advisers here about three quarters of this job loss in April looks like temporary layoffs so folks expect to return to their job analysts say the market sentiment is getting a lift as more states re open currently the Dow is up over three

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"larry kudlow" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

13:00 min | 6 months ago

"larry kudlow" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good Morning America. This is the cats roundtable. TRONC cats Matiz here. Happy New Year and it is a New Year and with us today to give us his vision. Asian of what's twenty twenty. Two look like is a good friend. And he's President Director of National Economic Council. Larry a retired low. Good Morning. Mister how are you good morning John. I'm very well. Thank you. Twenty twenty came about pretty fast and we blinked is in twenty one thousand nine hundred away. What is your vision for twenty twenty? I know we have a couple of problems the last few days. But tell us how you feel. Well you know kiss In general terms I thought the big big story in twenty twenty was the stock market up almost thirty percent and I think First of all most. Nobody expected that to happen. And then that happened and it got stronger and the way I read it is the market is a very strong signal. A tremendous consumer and business confidence a tremendous signal of confidence. It tells me that the economy in the coming year is going to be even stronger her. Okay probably back into three percent. Growth Zone also tells me tremendous wealth creation. You got all these people over. Fifty eighty percent of American households are benefiting here from 401K's and IRA's and Various retirement plan and that includes John Pensions And Blue Collar workers and even white collar government workers who benefit from these pensions. We gained seven trillion. Okay seven trillion dollars in stock market asset value and that is going to get a gigantic push rush to the economy in twenty twenty. And I think that's the single biggest economic development which makes me very optimistic that that is wonderful. The other thing I think master charge came up with a statement that year over year year consumer for for the Christmas holidays spent like three and a half percent more which was a record high? I'm not surprised Again this is a confidence measure. And it's you know assets. People have more wealth John they tend to spend more and I think that's going to be a big story and I think look the other inside a twenty nineteen which gives me tremendous confidence for twenty twenty where a tremendous jobs performance throughout last last year. Again pretty unexpected and with an unemployment rate at three point five percent which is About a fifty year low and and you also had tremendous increases in what my former boss Ronald Reagan used to call. Take home pay after tax After inflation incomes went up five or six percent fact for Donald Trump's presidency three years into his presidency ordinary middle income. Folks have picked up five thousand dollars. Okay five thousand dollars if you're earning about sixty five two thousand a year you had an increase after-tax after inflation of five thousand dollars Because of tax cuts and economic growth that is a tremendous thing and inside that number if you look under the hood. Production and service workers gained faster than their managers. I did okay. The rank and file the people on the line ordinary folks in middle America actually at faster wage gains than their managers did. I haven't seen that since the nineteen eighties and I think it is that which is the backbone of the trump economy. Okay okay the ordinary production and service workers have had such a great run in the last several years because of trump's policies all cs and with nearly a hundred and sixty million Americans are working now. So I would say to you. The backbone of the economy is the ordinary ordinary folks. America is working. John America is working and we are in the midst of a middle class. Boom it is a blue. Oh car blew a boom. The likes of which we have not seen in forty years. When does the Trade Agreement Tree Mexico and Canada going correct That will happen very soon. They'll be a vote in Senate Early in this year and US MCA IS GONNA GONNA add heavily to economic growth Lot of estimates at the International Trade Commission which is Independent Commission suggested leads seven tenths of one percent of GDP to the economy Probably about three hundred and fifty thousand Jobs that will score every year. It's not going to happen right away. But as soon as that assigned people will start anticipating you know on that one How wage earners manufacturing is protected Farmers get market openings Which came it wasn't easy but we've got a tremendous market openings The New Economy benefited from intellectual property Rights that we didn't have before pujol services financial financial services stable concert. That's a big grower. And you know that trade deal goes along with a couple of other things right. They said President trump could again trade deals. They said he's protectionist. Well okay but he's a tremendous market openings including US MCA including China. The China deal will be signed. January teeth That too is going to add. Probably about a half a percent growth over a period of time each year to the American economy on me. These are tremendous accomplishments. That one too is going to cover. agricultural products is going to cover manufacturing necsports. It's GonNa Cover Energy at Sports. It's GONNA covered again. advances in intellectual property rights which is so important up for business and investors. As you undoubtedly know it's going to cover financial services it's GONNA cover Currency stability it will have strong wrong enforcement and dispute resolution provisions. So you know I had to that by the way a good deal with South Korea and I'll add add to that a good deal with Japan so the trade front is showing a number of trump victories. Veep prophetic couldn't do it. You know I just want to clarify one thing. People say well trump protectionist as bad for the economy and all this the reality is Donald Trump has always told me he would love to see a world old free trade okay. Zero Trade Tariffs Zero non-cap barriers and zero government subsidies and I've written a couple of op-eds at his direction. That was that's his vision. But of course that's not the real world. Okay that's not the real world wrote so he's showing us in order to follow policies that open markets protect American workers across the board whether you manufacture bachelor cart worker farmer whatever tech worker. He's made tremendous advances. We've never seen anything quite like this. And his vision. Oh I think is being confirmed. Look there's a possibility as we go down the Line of negotiating a free trade deal with England England with Britain does even possibility of negotiating something with the European Union. We made a little bit of progress that year. All these things are great at it. They open markets for America. which is the most competitive country in the world? We have the lowest tax rates. We've had tremendous deregulation Even today look at. We've had cheap and abundant oil because of trump's Deregulation a fossil fuels for example. And so you have this Shock to the system Where we kill the Iranian cares commander and his his cronies which I think was brilliant stroke by the president commanded absolutely brilliant stroke has a very minimal impact on markets or oil Price for my guess is going to settle back toward sixty dollars. It went up a few dollars today that just shows the strength of being the dominant enter energy country in the world. So when you take a look at trump's I call it the incentive model okay. He wants to reward success. He wants to open our economy Konami and he wants to open foreign economies to full competition. He's a businessman and the results have been studying and stocks and jobs in wages and economic growth things. That people said couldn't happen are happening. Larry cudlow that is wonderful news. I it seems seems like we're GONNA have a new energy. Going into twenty twenty leads can help keep the economy going ex rates. What's that mean w stable? Well actually that's interesting The Fed rates probably will be stable. I was reading today. A in one of the articles. That one of the sad Bag Presidents in the mid West said if the inflation rate stays down the door might be open for a lower target rate. I haven't heard that officially but you know one of the parts of this miracle as with more productivity the economy and with more cats and logical advances prices keep falling clothing. I had most prizes like ninety five percent of prescription drug prices. This actually falling not rising and of course we had to face very severe fed tightening in twenty eighteen and and twenty seventeen and they finally reversed course and the second half of last year which is a good thing minds you I wouldn't necessarily rule out Another fed move if the inflation rate stays below their targets and I think long term rates which as you know driven by the market not by the Fed. we'll stay in barry moderate range but one of the good parts of last year was that The monetary obstacle was removed. So that's that's a good thing. Well that sounds great. That will truly give us a happy new year and a great new year. All it all got less is to work card and make sure these policies these are free market deregulation tax cutting policies their trade opening policies. You know the protect America policies to send Tanaka policies. Let's keep it in place. That's going to be the messages election. We have a great boom boom going here okay. The middle class boom is. I've been calling it the blue collar boom. We need to keep that place. We've gotTa make sure to defeat any any Far Left radical economic theories that would raise taxes in huge amounts and destroy the economy. Or they would nationalize the socialize healthcare system or would completely stop The energy system. We have to make sure that those extremist policies these are not put in place and we have to emphasize the kind of economic growth delivered by the president. I think John that's a key message The election is Less than a year away and I think the President has made good on his promises and his policies and I just think we need to stay on This course and if we do we've got years of prosperity out of us. Well God bless you and God bless the President and the markets. I think we we talked to Peter Navarro couple of weeks ago. He says he thinks the markets could hit thirty two thousand by the end of twenty one. Good for Peter Larry cudlow thank you happy New Year and talking and real suit and you John thanks very much ravening active this is the cash roundtable. We'll be right back..

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"That's why you're listening to the larry kudlow show i'm this peak welcome back to the larry kudlow show and i also welcome back john mcintire editor of realclearpolitics and steve moore chief economist at the heritage foundation and freedomworks steve let me turn to you now it's imperative it seems to me going into the fall election cycle that they're konami stay robust that we're gonna look good numbers throughout do any of the current crosscurrents on tariffs or trade wars or higher oil prices impinge that outlook do you think anything is going to make you make us back off a pretty optimistic viewpoint there well you mentioned the two things led by the way i i am very optimistic about the economy for the rest of this year although it seems to me seemed to slow down a little bit in in february and march from the booming in january and if you look i think we're on a three to three and a half percent growth out which is a vast improvement of where we had over a obama however you just mentioned i think the two things i'd be most worried about one is you know the higher gas and oil prices is is like a tax increase in american economy right so that's a that's a negative thing if people have to spend more on gas and they they they're able to spend less than you know going out for dinner or walmart or whatever it might be so that's a negative and then look this i've in favor of what trump is doing in the staredown with china but you know it certainly a high risk strategy because we could see this confrontation continue and as we've seen the stock market doesn't like this too much every time it seems like there there is a threat of a trade war or more terrorists the stock market falls so those i think you've identified for me liz the two clouds on the horizon but if this if trump continues to prevail in china and and china stands down and lowers their terrorists then it's a win win for everybody so i'm still optimistic so john you can't really talk about china without also going into the north korea situation and the politics of this seemed to me to be pretty good for the president and.

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02:08 min | 2 years ago

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"Market capitalism is the best pass to prosperity you're listening to the larry kudlow show welcome back i'm liz peak and this is the larry kudlow show and i also welcome back my guest andrew poster former ceo of ck restaurants and author of a new book the capitalist comeback the trump boom and the left's plot to stop it andy we were talking about your book and i want to go to the part that particularly would please larry kudlow and he might be listening in so i hope he will be pleased that are mentioned this which is the fact that that conversation in your book the passage about president kennedy being such a pro business tax cut guy or pro tax cut guy and you quote him as saying this is president kennedy the purpose of cutting taxes now is not to incur a budget deficit but to achieve more prosperous expanding economy which can bring a budget surplus and that of course is the great issue of our day the tax cuts that the gop past are not particularly popular astoundingly because the democrats has done such an incredibly good job of badmouthing them and then also i think because the cbo came out with some pretty startling numbers on what they might mean for the budget deficit so talk a little bit about how we can reconcile the need to grow the economy the need for lower taxes particularly corporate taxes and also how we can fix this problem in terms of the deficit well first of all you know i i know larry great so have yourself during the white house is going to do a great job and i actually i actually started his book on the footnotes where we talk about president kennedy who was very actually ended up being a pro business democrat much to the astonishment of many people in his own party and people in his own cabinet you have to stand up to the rest of the party and take very concerned economic physician to pull the country out of recession and had a republican in a secretary treasurer who advised these tax cuts and there's a very very convinced a.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

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"Liz pig and welcome back to the larry kudlow show we are hoping and waiting to talk to david malpass under secretary of the treasury for international affairs but while we are trying to reach him i wanted to follow up on a conversation i was just having with senator david perdue about taxes and the fact that the bill that passed in december astonishingly is still not popular with the american public i agree with the senator that we can't take all these polls at face value but it is amazing to me that the wall street journal went out and asked people do you think the tax bill was a good idea and only twenty seven percent said they thought it was the democrats have won the messaging round on the tax bill and that's a shame because i think obviously i would like to see the republicans keep the house so that the trump agenda the pro business agenda can move forward without the house in gop hands i don't think much is going to get done but here's here's a couple of thoughts about this tax bill of course democrats said even before the thing was written that it really favored the wealthy and it was a big handout to rich people and two big corporations here's what they haven't talked about and i wrote a piece about this recently but i think it's worth repeating because it's something that basically has not really gotten out there the tax bill makes our code even more progressive than it was before and that will come as a shock to those who've listened to nancy pelosi talk about crumbs and chuck schumer talk about how it's a kick.

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

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"Street to washington to your wallet you're listening to the larry kudlow show michelle caruso cabrera filling in for larry cudlow because he's working for the white house now in charge of president trump's economic policy the messaging my longtime co worker at cnbc it's a real honor to be filling in for him he wrote the introduction to my book for which i am forever grateful it's called you know i'm right more prosperity less government i am a firm believer that free markets are the best path to prosperity and their two gentlemen on the line who i know agree with me jimmy kukis economic columnist at eight also a contributor at cnbc and steve moore chief economist at the heritage foundation freedomworks helped larry become the they were both the architects of the tax plan back when president trump was running for office gentlemen good to have you on i'm michelle nfl see how do you think larry's doing he's you did you hear him he says he's got half a moot under his belt he wanted to last longer than anthony scaramucci who lasted eleven days is communications director he's at five days so he's under his belt well it's been a pretty tumultuous first week he knew what he was getting into like he's doing it's just it's so reassuring actually that that you've got a voice like larry's as as trump steep economists i mean it was amazing week because i'm shoes day i believe i may be getting the days wrong here was when larry you know made his announcements of the process there will not be a trade war with china remember michelle market went up by what six hundred or seven hundred points and then of course on thursday night donald trump said well maybe there will be china and announced a hundred billion dollars of new tariffs and and then the market fell by another four hundred five hundred points and look i think it's this is a dangerous game that trump is playing and it's just reassuring that there is.

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Remark capitalism is the best path to prosperity you're listening to the larry kudlow show sure is i loved here and larry say that every night when he did this show on cnbc's my longtime pal i'm michelle caruso cabrera anchor of power lunch at cnbc filling in for him because he's working at the white house which we are all very excited about two of his longtime friends are on the phone right now john mclaughlin ceo of mclaughlin and associates john fund is national affairs reporter for national review former wall street journal editorial board member and author and columnist we've been talking about the polls the midterms what has to be done if the republicans want to try to retain as many seats when it comes to the midterm elections and and the president's agenda guys i have a theory i ran this by roger kimball he wasn't didn't quite agree with me but you know ask enough people maybe somebody will agree with you so i'm going to try this you guys mentioned and y you made the case that congress is one of the things holding the president back that they they don't want to implement his agenda in some form or fashion they they try to slow it down we see this particularly with trade when you see a lot of free market republicans who are very upset with the president's position on tariffs etc but i wondered i saw him speak in west virginia this week and i thought to myself you know is the president sacrificing wall street all right let the markets tumble while he gets back to pushing an agenda that he knows resonates with his base trade and therefore this is his way to kind of beat back the the the people in congress who maybe don't want to implement the agenda and kinda in some way try to bridge that enthusiasm gap that john fund you talked about what do you think.

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02:25 min | 2 years ago

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"You're listening to the larry kudlow show talking to a distinguished diplomatic historian and analyst professor walter russell need distinguished scholar at the hudson institute professor foreign affairs at bard college and lately a wall street journal columnist and it reads really really why you should read a very very important we've been talking about john bolton merits and demerits and i think you wins big on the merits i think professor made kind of basically agrees with that or i don't have the words in his mouth if he doesn't he'll scream at me but so far there's silence maybe polite silence i want to talk about some other aspects of your critique of of bolton and also trump is serious about tariffs that's a good call on your view weeks ago first of all just quickly i don't want to spend too much time bolton on nuclear proliferation well he's against it yes right we all are i think right but you know the problem for president trump and for his team is that for longtime our policy on north korea was basically to lie to ourselves you know to say that we had a policy about stopping north korea when in fact we really didn't i real policy was just to kick the can down the road while telling ourselves how determined we were and we've now reached the point where there's just that we still have a can but there's no more road and this is so that the trump administration and john bolton have a fundamentally different problem because in this administration were either going to see a kind of an acceptance of a nuclear north korea or we're going to see something very much more decisive happening he sounds all right i haven't heard john discourse on this lately after president trump's foray into a possible north green summit but sometimes the president sands a lot like he just doesn't want them to proliferate at his north korea and he will take steps.

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02:23 min | 2 years ago

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"Dowd free market capitalism is the best path to prosperity you're listening to the larry kudlow show i gotta go back to the trade issue it is so important i mean it may be in the weeds i hope it's not because taxes are i mean tariffs are taxes and in this case with aluminum steel consumers going to get her pre badly so business anyway bring in my pal veronique de rugy she's a senior research fellow at the mercatus institute at george mason mason university and boro is thank you for this where were you as i guess stunned is the right word as i did they look i'm a trump supporter he's done great on tax cuts and regulations and so forth energy but he said yesterday and i guess a tweet trade wars are good and easy to win while good morning first than i thanks for having me uh yeah i was i was absolutely stunned and i will say i mean i mean to president you said is like he he's very good on regulation he totally gets it and he's been he's been good so far on on taxes and you particularly understood the the economic power of cutting the corporate income tax but uh there's an arrogance to him when it comes to things like trade um so like seeing things like this is just incredible like as if he could defy the law of economics and by the way he he's been uh he's he's said a few months ago when he was uh challenged by sender a lamar alexander about the effect the negative effect of the of the president bush is uh still tariffs he said that was under the bush years right it's not going to be the same under me and it's just there's an arrogant studies just hard to comprehend if you're in the oval office for them what would you say to them bernie and we see this uh it's out there it's pretty rough stuff the newspapers are full of stories about retaliation from the eu and and canada china whatnot but what what would you say to have you had a couple minutes that's all you get i've been in that position many times i i'm very well i'm here to help you what would you say i recruitment department i'm heartbroken i am heartbroken for the.

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02:43 min | 2 years ago

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"The next title studio this is news talk six seven kboi as jaas out that trap akg where money meets politics it's slow larry kudlow show welcome back probst larry kudlow money in politics all right now well nick poor republican strategist com listen commentator joins us today it's been a while she's the author of branding america should be p games pet the kukis economics columnist with the american enterprise institute and cnbc contributor and steve moore heritage foundation senior economic analyst at cnn and a cofounder of the powerful committee to unleash prosperity i want to get to this sort of breaking news on the steel tariffs in a second but we've got no well here i owed front both i bumped into her um in the lobby of the was the plaza residents got it for a fundraiser year helping bob stephane asky of connecticut he's arthur laffer candidate but nicole chest lock your my most important fundraisers in the party and so forth what right now given the improvement in the economy given the jump in trump's uh approval ratings vac rasmussen hasn't 5050 down approve which is quite interesting friday noel what did that what a donors saying about trump the outlook for the midterms for example and other thing what are they saying where inter thing right you should bring that out next week kanombe actually gonna be at 10 mar a lago for there's going to be a dinner with senator top ari major donors um and it's it's going to be very interesting uh what what races they're focused on in the senate but i will tell you this a lot of the bend a lawyer said i have been talking to one of the main things that they are saying is it's about time that we had deep patrick cats especially with the corporate tax rate and uh a lot of them are like you know they they like seeing this volatility in the market uh a lot of the donors are excited uh by the fact that uh trump uh didn't waste any time making sure that uh these were you know implemented now one thing that i i do think it's kinda funny is even the democrats uh you know i think the head of disney to actually was going to be throwing a fundraiser for chuck schumer and uh some other democrats he even admitted that the.

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02:11 min | 2 years ago

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"Book back folks larry kudlow this is the larry kudlow show up could take a break from money in politics uh from davos in the economy in the stock market uh and even immigration dares this ongoing story now going away of the special counsel former fbi director robert muller who took over from james combing and his relationship with donald trump and also going back abate during the hillary clinton investigations you had some pretty partisan uh fbi doj people who hated trump glove clinton it'd be wanted to give clinton a free pass there various secretive classified memos circulating in congress i i just wanna spend low time with it a clear thinking cleared talkin friend of mine too to run us through this stuff what has happened in what should happen uh tom curren old friend attorney partner packer in a number of the new york state whitecollar crime task force he is a former assisted assistant district attorney under the great robert morgan thaw uh tom current lemme uh you know remember where lay people were not as smart as you but knock you've been writing some interesting things as sort of semi rance to me i don't know who else gets but they are interesting and the part from uh part for my friendship with you there is a lot of content here so let me let me just ask you the first by this past week story came out new york times wall street journal that president trump wanted to fire special council more and um he didn't fire and because mr trump's a top lawyer in the white house said he'd resign if muller were fired now uh from your reporting from your reading from your gut instincts first of all do you think trump wanted to fire muller well i i maybe maybe um and maybe.

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

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"The six seventy kboi or wall street he's got you covered no more larry kudlow welcome back trump's talking to jim pepsico guests are the inc nbc's steve moore at heritage and cnn john mcintyre realclearpolitics in asia i'm looking at your website every story is about this budget shuts down is it but he has publicly knife up they want the government to shut down i mean if they wanted to start they wanted to shut down as a metaphor it old the swamp excess spending access everything yeah we'll we'll look interestingly with that something that's different here is our recent experience with these shutdowns in the ones that have been com code politicized they've been with democratic residents and you add you know president clinton and the shutdown in the nineties and then you know president obama more recently and you know mick mulvaney made this point yesterday you know obama made a real point to weaponized the shut down and you know this one's different because you have a republican president and you and you don't switched have the the typical republican president i think you have a republican president who's willing to do things differently and they're going to very mick mulvaney made this point yesterday are going to very aggressively try to not make this painful to the public uh and i think i think the president has walked schumer and the democrats into a trap quite frankly uh wear it 'cause it's some point you know the democrats are gonna be begging them to reopen the government because if the if it keeps going on people are going to be like well widow what are we wasting all this money on perhaps steve moore dollars look i just wanted to have one thing to what john were staying on the politics of this and look you know.

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02:49 min | 2 years ago

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"From wall street to washington to your wallet your listening to the larry kudlow show welcome back vows i dan i wanna i wanna just continue this discussion of the remarkable transformation of the american economy principally as a result of the pratt president trump gop congress tax cuts and reforms and the massive regulatory roll back and we're going to discuss this at the halfhour with the amity schlaes and um james freeman to very very very smart folks in france but i just want a way and you know i've never seen response amee couple hundred companies since the tax cut was announced and signed a few weeks ago i was sign what just before christmas or some so a couple hundred companies come out with massive plans to increase jobs bring home the cash stashed overseas to dodge taxes and to start new investment projects which itself will increase jobs and raise wages the man for has gone up and you'll have more capital per worker at means productivity so i just want to cite the apple to me the the the two tips of the iceberg here the two most apocryphal example you know people say well they're just gonna these companies bring the cash home use the tax cuts two two by shareholders stock back well okay first of all what's wrong with that so that goes from that corporate lock box to the investor investor takes the money then put it in a mattress that's who takes the money goes out my start a whole new business or reinvest in a in a hot new business or sam develop a new technology some mattress money circulating in the economy the second point is even more important people say well these wage bonuses are just temporary while folks first of all like apple gave twenty five hundred dollars a restricted stock to every employee i wanna go walmart walmart raised its minimum wage its own corporate minimum wage after fighting the federal government and even closing stores down in washington dc to avoid the mandate walmart is raising its own internal minimal way that's not temporary.

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02:08 min | 2 years ago

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"The larry kudlow show back everybody larry kudlow going to look good stock market we're talking taxes we're talking economy we're talking growth question is some as the market could take all this you would think on the surface the answer is fabulously but i wanna hear from our to guess whether it's discounted or not peter is with us new york stock exchange governor see embassy arrives the embassy market analyst uh president of empire execution we will track him dis not quite here yet don lessons here see i of trend macro lyrics author of i am john gault uh frequent contributor to the wall street journal editorial page don has the market stock market which is roaring warms up one hundred two point said this week on the down twenty in the nazon eight on the sp 500 uh the year to date numbers are fabulous we're on a roll but how much of the tax cut the majority in the market larry left obviously the million dollar question i gotta tell you that you know based on my conversations with my client through the constitutional dusters around the world i talk to these people all day every day we've gone from a world where in midsummer everyone was saying that these tax cuts will never happen ever ever trump catherine any right he never stops tweeting the republicans can't even shoot themselves straight if the disaster too you know now it's signed into law so in the meantime you know the markets rallied ten percent since the summer so obviously it's gone from not this counting at all to discounting it somewhat by the way i just wanna say all of you people out there who lost face ever that this could happen you forgot one thing god put republicans on earth who cut taxes and other than that they have no useful function novak said here said oh come on care by protest on holiday plays arithmetic forgiven has now as long as the credit it's called lesson i all right i can't with phase where i want to say is we we we've gone we're moving through the.

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

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"Folks i'm larry kudlow i wanna continue our tax discussion after listening to our laugher in the ah earlier segment are very optimistic about the prospects for um progrowth business tax reform maybe not the whole bill but the business side of bills very very strong and he sees it as growing the economy improving the stock market than generally very optimistic so we're going to hear from two additional experts on the subject son begin with james freeman assistant editor of the wall street journal's editorial page i might add folks james freeman is the daily author of the best of the web column and is just become a must read i mean the dap's lou must read tremendous dramatic the stuff and now to embarrass james i wanna go see dr hottest who is the president of tax foundation and his folks there must reach too because uh they're the best shop in town when it comes to evaluating taxes at least in my humble opinion are generally through thank you all right there you go to absolute uh closure on that start with james trim james your i mean by way i i hate that i don't want barra she but europe best of the web stuff is just just been wonderful and world i thank you very eye and the failure wrote yesterday uh yes still thankful more reasons to appreciate life in these united states and you note you note that you know stocks are up the economies up in business investment is up looks like expectations are in proving lauda people miss this but there you have it expand on these is is there too much pessimism irs pessimism among the elites or are you and i and others gang too optimistic about this that you read this optimistic thanksgiving weekend story i.

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02:11 min | 2 years ago

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"Call one eight eight a kudlow to own beauts larry kudlow idiom their law producers talk show name so back to taxes is a cnbc i'm going to call caught the usual washington dc chorus um mostly from democrats nowadays that's unfortunate because many years ago is uh my book grow talked about jfk was a democrat and he was really the first postwar supplyside taxcutter but in any case is a mantra you know these are tax cuts for uh uh not fair semi stand republican party in this tax bill kind of caves in to that point of view making some mistakes in my opinion but we turn to a friend in contributor this radio show before that the tv show lawrence kotla cough uh larry's professor processing universities president of economic security planning and he's of columnist an author get what's yours series and larry i don't even know if you're a democrat or republican i've never asked to that uh a iran for primary that high buddy it's at iran for president did you uh you're right writer in cairo airport is going to be the american not macron but magister it's a big effort cost money throughout the um jill a people they completely it become a president uh but nobody knew about knee the press uh their first question was uh do you have a billion dollars the fighters billion dollars you'll be talking to present right now by what is i would do the queen guns as well the the the problem you know but mickey mouse can't be elected you have to we'd have to be registered in that's a big effort independent but what's interesting is now you and i have talked down through the years i think both of us would prefer to just abolished corporate income tax altogether you've written about that recent peace in the wall street journal a few days back you say that tax reform believe you're speaking at.

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02:16 min | 3 years ago

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"For wall street to washington to your wallet your listening to the larry kudlow show buck welcome back you're very larry kudlow we're talking money and politics with the eighteen james feza kogas jimmy p of a and cnbc we lost and we got him back good steve moore heritage foundation cnn john mcintyre welfare politics i'm steve moore knowing bettered ass now i know that the white house as being goaded by liberal media people and democrats and whatnot but just seems to me steve there's a bit of an obsession growing regarding the tax bill about rich people site every day somebody seems to pop out and say now we're not going to help them are gonna hurt him are going to take their money away and if we can't get all the my regret take him out and hang him or shoot them i mean i really don't add still understand why they're caught up in that you know silly rabbit hole and and allowing the democrats to carry that conversation what why why is why has sold so obsessed with rich people well not just the white house the whole republican party is terrified of being accused of being for the rich and that's the number one accusation that democrats lake um i'm going to make a confession larry please don't circulate this widely i like rich people yes i like rich people are great for the cut read their people are successful uh the vast majority of them are people who are they merit an air at their money they made at the old fashioned way they worked up started that's mrs next aldawat eight yet and dr you're not going to say another thing about rich people we need more of doubt yes we devore them so i think repoprt i want uh trump and the republicans do argue at jfk reagan did that a rising tide will lift all boats and we want to help everybody rise up and we want more people to be rich we wept more people know upper middle boston and that's what americans about and leave it at that you know john mcintyre i just don't know why the white house has taken the bait you know obey was going to come but as steve said you know rich people socalled first.

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"larry kudlow" Discussed on WTMA

"Aimed kudlow too now it's wearing cut welcome back everybody larry kudlow this is larry kudlow showing are gonna turn back to the us domestic situation of talking about foreign policy and g twenty and shoot dan korean missiles in the rest of it anyway we're talking health care if form repeal and replace we're talking tax cuts we're talking trade issues out there and it may not be on the front page right this second but they're they're folks in the long run they're going to have a huge impact on the economy we bring in our export extraordinaire on policy dan clifton is a partner and head of policy research at strategic us investment research dan clifton wrought gone on how're you buddy we're going to spend the whole half hour together you and i mean i appreciate it so let's take them one by one senator mitch mcconnell told local newspapers some bad it may not be able to repeal obamacare he may not be able to what's the telling us here well i i you know i obviously want to take the senator at face value they're having trouble getting fifty vote in the senate for a hip iq plan to report on obamacare up but what he reads a real message with members and that is that if you don't get your act together in the neck seven to fourteen days there is the possibility that you're going home with no accomplishment on healthcare uh and moreover that he may actually have to work with the democrats at some point could do a stabilisation of the exchanges i i don't wanna get too far ahead of that larry but he sending a real message to his members the republican members of the senate is at the time for the academic theory of what the perfect healthcare system is over and you need to get your act together the new york times article out this morning where you have republican can in non medicaid expansion state complaining that medicaid is gonna get cut under the bill and it's not going to get cut interstate who there's a lot of misinformation out there when they come back to washington this week i think they're going to have to sort through it but it would be a real visit after.

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