19 Burst results for "Mr Kudlow"

Consumer Confidence Rising After Deep Plunge In April

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:48 min | 9 months ago

Consumer Confidence Rising After Deep Plunge In April

"Learned this morning from the good people at the Conference Board Business Research Group. We learned that consumer confidence in this economy is up of this month after tanking in April the reaction to that good news because it is good news prompted this reaction from White House economic adviser Larry cudlow on Fox News. This morning. The third quarter could be the fastest growing quarter in. Us history. The whole second half is going to be very strong and here comes the reality check on their reaction to that good news first of all let us remember. We are in the second quarter right now. April may June where the percentage decline in Gross Domestic Product is expected to be epic worst ever retail sales. Were down last month. The unemployment rate is upward. Hasn't been since the Great Depression and they're still. Oh so much uncertainty about what's going to happen next now. Why am I saying? This economists. Megan Green a senior fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School helps us out with that. For example if you say An economy is running at a level of ten. It's producing ten things. Let's say and there's a fifty percent decline then that brings it down to five okay but then and let's say the next month. Actually things go really well. And you've got a fifty percent increase. Sounds great right. It's from a lower numbers so that doesn't bring you back up to ten at actually only brings you back up to seven point five. So the percentage changes can be really misleading. Mr Kudlow this morning it has to be pointed out and as you said is talking about Q. Three July August and September. So I think that as the economy opens up we should see the economic data improve and depending on how you're looking at that data it will either improve a little or it will improve a lot for instance. The Congressional Budget Office figures. There will be a better than five percent increase. Gdp growth in that third quarter. Mr Kudlow was talking about but to review a lot of that. Depends on what you're comparing it to now. Why are we telling you this? I realized that's the second time we've asked this. But this matters that third quarter. Gdp number is going to come out just five days before the election. I think the Republicans will come out and say look we've got the best GDP data ever And we've got the best job state at ever looking at percentage changes in. They'll be right actually. Technically that's true but at the same time the Democrats will be saying we'll but we're still really far below. We were before this crisis even started. And there's a lot of room for improvement and they'll also be right and show. I think people will be getting these mixed messages on what the state of the economy is in. Actually both of them will be correct. You just need to learn how to read the data at understand what it all means

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on KOMO

"Seattle. We have fifty degrees. Komo news time four thirty six the economy. The basic economy has read awakened, and it's gonna stay there. I mean, I'm reading some of the weirdest stuff. How recession is around the corner nonsense that is Larry cudlow. That is President Trump's top economic adviser Larry cudlow answering questions about the massive losses on Wall Street in recent days, the Dow Jones industrial average is lower for the year. After a massive selloff today. On Wall Street, the Dow down five hundred fifty two points, the NASDAQ fell one twenty and the s&p lost forty nine to try to put all this in perspective. We say Hello to ABC's. Daria Albinger, who joins us from New York. So Daria is Mr. Kudlow corrected any talk of a recession at this point is nonsense. That's what a lot of people say, Tom. And honestly, if you were to look at you know, how to predict when we're going to see a recession, and when we're going to see a recovery, you may as well flip a coin because there are so many things that play into it the stock market's one of them and right now if you look at all of the fundamentals of the economy things are firing on our on all four cylinder. There's sorry all four cylinders. If you will the job market is strong. There are you know, your earnings for the most part are are moving in the right direction. This is really not any reason for panic. Obviously. If you see your 4._0._1._K statement losing a little bit of value next time, you're gonna give you pause. But remember if you're in the stock market, if you invest you're probably investing for the long term. So this is one of those dips that we can expect and dairy outside the White House today. President Trump shared that sentiment that overall when you look at the economy. Things are in very good shape as a country. We're doing great.

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Switches that were already hanging by tony on nafta if we have to walk out of nafta or those negotiations totally breakdown then this steel thing turns in from a minor irritants to a major calamity for our economy and our stock market mr kudlow that's where we are now the nafta talks have broken down the steel tariffs are on to quote larry cudlow from just a couple of months ago a major calamity for our economy and our market it works out by the by that's pretty cavalier talks having broken down we're still having those conversations and we're still having the steel talks with canada as i said you take a look at the communique the white house put out this statement goodfaith negotiations are welcoming we hope to continue their so i don't think things are broken down don't want to be cavalier about anything is a very serious matters critic fact the economy this worries about that every place so no i don't want to deny that but i do want to say this if you cannot abide by the rules see that's the thing in the world trade game rule breaking is all over the place that's why i think that the president is right we've got to make reforms and we have to stand up for us interests as we go along this is so as you don't blame trump in china lane europe plane nafta playing those who don't want reciprocal trading tariff rates and protectionism and the trump is responding to several decades of trade abuses here really funny that i know you're going to want to talk about which is the very solid jobs report on friday i want to put it up three point eight percent unemployment the lowest rate since one thousand nine hundred sixty nine three point six percent for women the lowest since one thousand nine hundred fifty three five point nine.

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I came up here which is that we're already hanging by tony on nafta if we have to walk out of nafta or those negotiations totally breakdown then this still thing turns in from a minor irritants to a major l'amitie for our economy and our stock market mr kudlow that's where we are now the nafta talks have broken down the steel tariffs are on to quote larry cudlow from just a couple of months ago a major calamity for our economy and our market works out by the by whoa pretty cavalier master talks have broken down we're still having those conversations and we're still having the steel talks with canada as i said you take a look at the communique the white house put out this statement goodfaith negotiations are welcome and we hope to continue their so i don't think things are broken down i don't want to be cavalier about anything is a very serious matters could affect the economy there's worries about that every place so no i don't want to deny that but i do want to say this if you cannot abide by the rules see that's the thing in the world trade gain rule breaking is all over the place that's why i think that the president is right we have got to make reforms and we have to stand up for us interests as we go along this is so you don't blame trump blame china blame europe plane nafta blame those who don't want reciprocal trading tariff rates and protectionism and the trump is responding to several decades of trade abuses here really i want to get something that i know you're going to want to talk about which is the very solid jobs report on friday i want to put it up three point eight percent unemployment the lowest rate since nineteen sixty nine three point six percent for women the lowest since one thousand nine hundred fifty three five point nine.

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Trump's a 'subject' and not a 'target' of the Mueller probe? The White House shouldn't celebrate yet

State of America

08:49 min | 3 years ago

Trump's a 'subject' and not a 'target' of the Mueller probe? The White House shouldn't celebrate yet

"China hits back at the US on tariffs and stocks. Take a nosedive plus Robert Muller may not see the president as a target and his Russia probe, but sources say he is still more than a witness and the White House tries to clarify Trump's strategy on Syria. This is the state of American night. We tend to get along with China, but we have to do something very substantial about the trade deficit, the White House's show in leadership here we don't have fair trade with China. China may be targeting the demographic that has voted for the current administration. It is going to the country and specifically where the president has done. Well, he campaigned on this all those good farmers in the mid west who voted for Donald Trump and now we're getting hammered. Sorry. Hello, I'm John Avalon live in New York, and this is the state of America tonight. Not for man who loves to take credit when stock surge. The past few weeks have been pretty brutal for President Trump. The Dow is battling back from a sharp decline after China, retaliated against recent US, tariffs and fears of trade war intensified. China slapping a twenty five percent tariff on US goods, including soybeans, planes cars and chemicals. But just yesterday, the president said, ties between the two countries are strong. Relationship is very good with China, and we intend to keep it that way. But we have to do something to seriously relieve that trade deficit. We can't have five hundred billion dollar a year trade deficit, and just this morning, the president pushed back on any concerns declaring that the US is not in a trade war with China, but a check of his Twitter feed shows that even if it were president wouldn't be too worried. Here's what he wrote in early March quote, one country USA is losing many billions of dollars on trade with virtually every country does business with trade wars are good and easy to win. Well, time will tell if the president's business acumen proves right on that one, but there's another critical foreign policy issue that's top of mind for the White House. Today I'm talking about Syria. Remember when president said this last week. We're not going to hell out of ISIS. We'll become an at Assyria like very soon let the other people take care of it. Now. Now that unexpected announcement stunned members of Trump's staff who were left scrambling to figure out his strategy. Well, today we all got a little clarity. A senior administration official says, President Trump will keep troops in Syria for the short term, but totals national security team. He wants them to leave soon. And that comes after top commanders told Trump that the battle against ISIS has not yet been one at least one former army. General says, the number of troops could actually increase in the short run. You might see a slight uptick too because that's what general Bootle has asked for along with General Thomas, they know that the toughest part of the fight is after the fights over when you're trying to stabilize the communities. I think many people have been recommending that to the president. Now to subject the president has been surprisingly silent on today, at least on social media. And that's the Russia probe President. Trump's lawyers have been told that he is not a target and brought Miller special counsel investigation. That's according to sources familiar with recent conversations. But those sources also say the president is viewed as more than a witness, meaning that the president could be the subject of an investigation. And that's why it CNN's chief legal analyst says that Trump shouldn't be breaking out the champagne just yet. Trump is a subject and I don't think that's particularly good news for him. I mean, it's a big deal to be under criminal investigation by the FBI, particularly if you're president of the United States being a subject is a very serious thing. That means the prosecutors are determining whether to file charges against you. Got that. Well, here's how prominent Republican congressman Trey Goudy a former federal prosecutor summed up the crucial differences. I don't think those terms target versus subject. The only word that matters to me that criminal Justice system is defend. One witness can take you from being a subject to a target and and unless and until you've interviewed everyone and looked at everything, no one has been implicated, and no one has been exculpated who went on to say that when it comes to Moore's desire to speak one on one with the President. Mr Trump should comply. I would tell you if you did not rob the Bank, there's no reason for you not to sit down and talk to the FBI about the Bank robbery. If you have nothing to hide, sit down assuming a fair prosecutor, a fair prosecutor, and I think more is sit down and tell him what you know. Sage advice. Well, now for more on that roller coaster ride for stocks, I'm joined by CNN money editor at large and host of quest means business. Richard quest, Richard, the markets are clearly rattled, but they are off their lows for the session. Is that a sign that investors think cooler heads will prevail and that a potential trade war between China and the US might be avoided? No, no. That's a toll the situation. I think the markets are off the lows because they probably just thought it was over done this morning. And maybe when you look at the total situation in might not be as bleak as people thought, but anybody who, for one second believes that if these tariffs come into effect in sixty days time and the monkey wouldn't fall out of bed is deluding themselves. The reality is that the market is hoping praying that these tariffs don't come into effect. The Boeing is still being beaten up by two percent. Caterpillar has been beaten up as well. You've still got the president attacking Amazon. You've got three, I'm shares all down and you have a situation whereby the president tweets that it's not a war because they've already lost. But he has to send his new economic advisor chairman of economic council, Larry cudlow. He has to send him out to modify them all kids. I'm glad you mentioned that. I'm glad you mentioned because we've got a clip of Mr. Kudlow that I'd like to play for folks and get your reaction because he says, it's all big, misunderstand it. I would take the president search -ly on this tariff issue. They're carrots and sticks, but he is alternately free trader said that too. Publicly. So he wants to solve this about pain. He is ultimately free trader. This is just a bit gamesmanship. Why can't we get that Richard. We call get because there's always the possibility of not happening. If John, if this is all a massive negotiation strategy that's being done in the full glass of public and then so be it, then we will all find out in three weeks, full weeks, five weeks time that that sold at walls and it's. Well rally back up again. However, if this turns out to be an accident waiting to happen, then you've got, you've got to be ready for that. And that's what gets you can't play with dynamite on simply say, well, we didn't really expect it to blow up in faces. There is always the risk that the other side does something unpredictable which they haven't by the way the other side. So fall China has been absolutely predictable how moderate in its response. The reality is if the administration in Washington that now has to say what its policy is a, what it will do next, if John on this, if they manage to take contain it to the sanctions and tariffs announce. So everything's fair enough. But if we still getting into mine's bigger than y'all's than when teachable sage advice about not playing from economic dynamite from Richard quest. Thank you. My friend. We'll see what happens. Now when the state of America returns, we're gonna be talking trade wars and how China's proposed tariffs just might hit President Trump's face the hardest stay with. The

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Meliti just hired by the president to become white house chief economic adviser whether or not you like gary cohn the previous chief white house economic adviser he at least had been president of goldman sachs mr kudlow comes from a tv show right after he hired mr kudlow off of tv we soon learn that the new national security adviser would also be someone who the president came to know because he enjoyed watching him on tv this time it was a contributor on fox news john bolton although on that one i have to tell you we've got some news tonight that suggests there may be trouble ahead for that national security adviser appointment national security adviser position does not require senate confirmation but we learned from trump's first national security advisor mike flynn that there still can be trouble if you try to keep somebody in that job who's caught up in active fbi investigations particularly if they are active counterintelligence investigations so stay tuned for that we've got that story coming up tonight shopping off your tv set isn't always a great way to vet candidates for senior administration positions in the cabinet it turns out it can also be trouble for the president's efforts to put together a legal team to represent him in the russia scandal and the muller investigation one of the more remarkable things that happened just in the last week got it feels like years ago now but just in the last week the president's lead lawyer on the russia scandal quit when it emerged that the president had picked out to new russia lawyers who he liked the look of on tv joe digenova and victoria tensing a husband and wife team from fox news.

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Principal role of the economic advisor but clearly larry comes down force where against the president on this like his predecessor gary cohn gary helped push through the tax cuts but was also a free trader and in fact that's what reportedly led to gary cole leaving the white house was essentially resigning in protest over his views on trade not being listened to so in that way you may not be getting a very big philosophical departure from from mr cohen mr kudlow in terms of the hill you know you mentioned having to get the president's policies through congress leary kudlow is much respected by republicans on capitol hill because a lot of them were watching his radio show or watching television show in listening to his radio show even before they ever ran for office a lot of republicans on the hill consider mr kudlow one of the most influential people in their own thinking so i think at least in terms of of you know supporting the president's policies mr kudlow will be welcome on the hill at least by republicans and then then it comes down to whether he can be a technocrat to dive into the details and i have faith that he that he can do that too so so what are we talking about here we we're talking about a gary cohn clone except that apparently whereas codes i cannot live with this your your so offending my free trade principles that i must depart whereas apparently cut mos view is hey he's he's good on taxes i'll just shut my mouth on trade that may be the case i can't speak for larry on that but i know larry eighty percent of leary's focuses tax policy and so i think that he might be willing to accept some disagreement on other issues if he can help protect the last tax cuts and now we're hearing prepare for possibly another round of tax cuts additionally larry at a point in his career where he doesn't need this job so i think he's coming in with a lot of pressure he's already accomplished most of what he wants to accomplish already held white house jobs before i think he's coming in just not too worried about disagreements here.

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"To steal and ford motors profitable suv's german chancellor and german chancellor angela merkel and the european union shouldn't fear retaliating if necessary and news reports said mr trump's advisers mr trump has asked advisors to double the tariffs is soon expected to impose on chinese goods sixty billion all of this interferes with the economy's growth momentum in the last nine months mr kudlow diverted his career to promoting policies that produce prosperity including tax catch deregulation privitization open trade at some level mr trump must recognize what this and it doesn't hurt the mr kudlow is the kind of season tv advocate mr trump respect mr kudlow is less of a brawler that mr khan so one question will be how a nice guy will fare in the trump hall of knives aside from the protectionist have to compete for influence with treasury secretary mnuchin who wants weaker capital standards for banks and doesn't seem to mind a weaker dollar kotla will have allies in the white house the white house economists kevin hassett budget director mick mulvaney as well as many the first rate staff mr cone assembled if he can keep them you'll keep larry keaton mr kudlow also has allies how is on capitol hill is best asset is it mr trump meets faster growth and rising wages to succeed and that has been mr kudlow life work i have been all over twitter kudlow is the greatest things in sliced bread i like andy posner for that job at larry cudlow i didn't think he'd take it seventy two years old got a great gig and cnbc works when he wants to does a radio show on the weekend got like i wouldn't say banker hours it's better he's got dwayne hours and so i'm telling you right now larry cudlow is going to be a great injection of grace good humor energy and smarts and growth and happen he's infectious he'd been on this show so many times i guess it's becoming a prequalification to get a senior job mike mike pompeo has been on the show hundred times larry cudlow couple of hundred times doing this routine years and so i think that's what gets you a job by the way there's a story blasting trump administration officials allegedly in trouble the expenditures by scott pruitt he's a friend of mine but i'm speaking from at just nonsense utter nonsense here's flown one time on a military jet to rump.

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"It he's fallen back into his childhood again kudlow into the breach is the name of the editor in the wall street journal today equity markets stumbled wednesday after president trump tweeted his enthusiasm for more trade brinksmanship even as first quarter economic growth estimates are falling congratulations and good luck larry cudlow who said he's accepted mr trump's offer to run the white house national economic council the longtime cnbc commentator is an excellent choice to replace gary cohn having helped mr trump craft his campaign tax plan mr kudlow stalwart from the gop's growth wayne going back to the reagan administration also played a crucial role l persuading congress to support the reform they passed in december he spent hours with senators making the case for the supply side benefits of tax reform which passed without a single democratic vote mr kudlow job in the white house will be to protect the growth potential against policy erosion this includes new bursts of spending special pleading by industries and above all a wave of trade protectionism mr kudlow has been critical of mr trump's steel and aluminum tariffs but the president is spoken with him several times in recent days and presumably as comfortable with internal debate we don't agree on everything but in this case i think that's good mr trump said on tuesday i want to have different options we agree on most but now has come now he has come around to believing in tariffs in negotiating point actually we all do with china with china not with our allies anyway the risks of this strategy were clear on wednesday when shares markets fell amid new trade tensions mr trump started to sell off for the morning tweet that said we cannot keep a blind eye to the on ramp trade practices our country boeing shares promptly fell on fear of losing foreign sales down two point five percent on the day the commerce department then signaled it will allow a few product exceptions to the tariffs for us metal using firms this means higher prices for everything from aluminum foil around hershey's kisses.

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I cannot live with this your your so offending my free trade principles that i must depart whereas apparently cut lows view is hey good on taxes i'll shut my mouth on trade that may be the case i i can't speak for larry on that but i know larry eighty percent of leary's focuses tax policy and so i think that he might be willing to accept some disagreement on other issues if he can help protect the last tax cuts and now we're hearing prepare for possibly another round of tax cuts additionally larry's at a point in his career where he doesn't need this job so i think he's coming in with on a lot of pressure he's already accomplished most of what he wants to accomplish already held white house jobs before i think he's coming in just not too worried about disagreements here and there then of course also when i said it sounds like he's his principal role will be that of cheerleader but of course if there's one thing this president doesn't need it's it's a cheerleader this president certainly acts as his own spokesman quite loudly and effectively so again i look at the appointment and i my reputation if he knows his stuff and and certainly on on tax policy seems to agree with the president but again i mean he's a he's a warm body you think that he anyway would try to compete with the president for for airtime because that strikes me as a losing proposition i think you're right the price of the president's typically his own spokesperson and so i don't know if larry's the kind of person who's gonna freelance too much i think the president might welcome putting mr kudlow out there on tv and and and on the radio in order to to justify his positions more to come one eight six six five zero jimbo one eight six six five zero five four six two six on the bohannon show as we talk with brian riedel again he a.

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on WLOB

"Architects of that and i can see mr kudlow sliding in to to look look on infrastructure although i will say that's not an issue that that that larry has talked about a lot of traditionally but that that is part of the job description i think for any c director attention here but did i miss the part where massive federal government spending on public works projects became a republican or conservative value maybe i just want to pay attention you know it remains to be seen though the president has said that we can maybe do one point five trillion dollars with only two hundred billion coming from washington and the rest coming from state and local governments and the private sector but i'm telling you as somebody who's a conservative economist in washington for a long time but on the heels of the budget busting deal we had a month ago the idea of doing another one point five trillion dollars is amazing especially in light of the massive budget deficit we're facing and the cost of social security and medicare it's it's i don't know what happened to the republicans regarding social security and medicare let's go back to years we're talking about the debates leading up to the the iowa caucuses in the like of course you had at that time seventeen republican candidates and you had donald trump's sitting in the middle of it stage of candidates he would look to his left that he would look to his right and they would say all these people are gonna cut your title but not me just a lot of areas in which he has not only departed but run full into the face of doctrinaire republican viewpoints and for that matter conservative viewpoints and i swear that people who used to gripe and moan at me about how the republicans who are they talk one game and then they act like a rhino when they're actually on capitol hill but they all give donald trump a pass.

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on WLOB

"You know you mentioned having to get the president's policies through congress larry cudlow is much respected by republicans on capitol hill because a lot of them were watching his radio show or watching television show in listening to his radio show even before they ever ran for office a lot of republicans on the hill consider mr kudlow one of the most influential people in their own thinking so i think at least in terms of of you know supporting the president's policies mr kudlow will be welcome on the hill at least by republicans and then then it comes down to whether he can be a technocrat to and dive into the details and i have faith that he that he can do that too so who we talking about here we have we're talking about a gary cohn clone except that apparently whereas kotze i cannot live with this your your so offending my free trade principles that i must depart whereas apparently cut mos view is hey he's a good on taxes i'll shut my mouth on trade that and that may be the case i can't speak for larry on that but i know larry eighty percent of leary's focuses tax policy and so i think that he might be willing to accept some disagreement on other issues if he can help protect the last tax cuts and now we're hearing prepared for possibly another round of tax cuts additionally larry's at a point in his career where he doesn't need this job so i think he's coming in with a lot of pressure he's already accomplished most of what he wants to accomplish he's already held white house jobs before i think he's coming in just not too worried about disagreements here and there of course also when i said it sounds like he's his principal role will be that of cheerleader but of course if there's one thing this president doesn't need it's it's a cheerleader this president certainly acts as his own spokesman quite loudly and effectively so again i look at the appointment and i my reputation if he knows his stuff and and certainly on on tax policy seems to agree with the president but again i mean he's a he's a warm body.

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Everything from aluminum foil around hershey's kisses to steal and ford motors profitable suv's german chancellor and german chancellor angela merkel and the european union's shouldn't fear retaliating if necessary and news reports said mr trump's advisers mr trump has asked advisors to double the tariffs his soon expected to impose on chinese goods sixty billion all of this interferes with the economy's growth momentum of the last nine months mr kudlow has devoted his career to promoting policies that produce prosperity and quick tax catch deregulation privitization open trade at some level mr trump must recognize in what this and it doesn't hurt the mr kudlow is the kind of season tv advocate mr trump respect mr kudlow is less of a brawler that mr khan so one question will be how a nice guy will fare in the trump hall of notch aside from the protectionist so have to compete for influence with treasury secretary mnuchin who wants weaker capital standards for banks doesn't seem to mind a weaker dollar kudlow we'll have allies in the white house the white house economists kevin hassett budget director mick mulvaney as well as may the first rate staff mr cone assemble if he can keep a milk mario keaton mr kudlow also as i allies how is on capitol hill is best asset is it mr trump meets faster growth and rising wages to succeed and that has been mr cavallo's life work i have been all over twitter kudlow is the greatest thing since sliced bread i like andy posner for that job at larry cudlow i didn't they take it and seventy two years old got a great gig and cnbc works when he wants to does a radio show on the weekend he got like i wouldn't say banker hours it's better he's got dwayne hours and so i'm telling you right now larry cudlow is going to be a great injection of grace good humor energy and smarts and growth and happen he's infectious he's been on this show so many times i guess it's becoming a prequalification to get a senior job like mike pompeo has been on the show one hundred times larry cudlow couple of hundred times during this teen years and so i think that's what gets you a job by the way there is a story blasting trump administration officials allegedly in trouble the expenditures by scott pruitt he's a friend of.

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Get in your car in washington dc you're clearly not working for congress if you're getting your car at six am you're working for somebody who works i'm so down on congress but i digress i love mitch mcconnell and paul ryan but their members insisted they go home they work like a three day work week and they go home and yesterday the republicans get clobbered i mean punched in the nose knocked to the ground second round of election cycle twenty eighteen they get together steve stivers the boss of their political operation speaker warn them we gotta get in the game steve scalise without raising money kevin mccarthy at raising money that's all terrific and then they devote to go home on friday well toys apple adam if he took off every friday wouldn't that be nice and then took off every monday and then worked half of you know like half the show on tuesday that's a senators career wayne thinks he's a senator that's the problem it's senator duane he really does he produces program like he was a senator i thought it was senators zoro senators or see there you have it he's fallen back into his childhood again kudlow into the breach is the name of the editor in the wall street journal today equity markets stumbled wednesday after president trump tweeted his enthusiasm for more trade brinksmanship even as first quarter economic growth estimates are falling congratulations and good luck larry cudlow who said he's accepted mr trump's offer to run the white house national economic council the longtime cnbc commentator is an excellent choice replaced gary cohn having helped mr trump craft his campaign tax plan mr kudlow stalwart from the gop's growth wayne going back to the reagan administration also played a crucial role persuading congress to support the reform they passed in december he spent hours with senators making the case for the supply side benefits of tax reform which passed without a single democratic vote mr kudlow job in the white house will be to protect the growth potential against policy erosion this includes new bursts of spending special pleading by industries and above all a wave of trade protectionism mr kudlow has been critical of mr trump's stealing aluminum tariffs but the.

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Asians from bloomberg television here's tom kean with us right now hans redeker of morgan stanley it'll be good to speak to him through this hour in with the focus in the united states mr pod blow an economist years ago at bear stearns and of course he's got his thoughts that he's had over the years on supply side economics would you explain to me how the dollar will change once we locked in one point four at one point five trillion dollar deficits what would you anticipate will be the dollar that will greet mr kudlow and the president once we get those estimates are sahal talk about strong us dollar administration as an etiam longterm perspective into santa you've seen that in yesterday's the market direction dollaryen went offered after the entry and the market is quite right in assessing what does all sorts of strong strength mean they put that into context context is the gross potential office us economy so what america wants to have is to increase the potential of groves now if sarah successful at that that still needs to be seen then you can't have strong us dollar hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloomberg dot com global business news twenty four hours a day but bloomberg dot com the radioplus mobile app and on your radio this is a bloomberg business flash from bloomberg's european headquarters in london.

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on WTMA

"And that's causing some people but i i you know i don't have any problem with this i think kudlow if anything probably huge to a more traditionally conservative line than sometimes the president of the united states himself hughes to lawrence kudlow to become trump's white house economic adviser economic commentator and informal advisor on presidential campaign has differed with the president on trade issues the wall street journal reports this morning lawrence kudlow a conservative conservative economic commentator whose career included jobs in the white house wall street radio and business television will become one of president donald trump's top economic advisers as director of the national economic council mr kudlow seventy years old said he was offered the job after a series of recent phone conversation nations with the president in which the two discussed differences of opinion about trade among other things mr kudlow served as an informal trump campaign adviser spoken out against the tariffs on steel on aluminum that mr trump announced last week a white house dispute over those tariffs played a role in the decision to step down by gary cohn the previous and e c director mr trump called mr kudlow on sunday while the commentator an avid tennis player was on the court i thought he was calling to bowl me out because i was so critical he said instead kudlow said the president walked through his reasons for implementing tariffs mr kudlow said he spoke by phone again with mr trump on monday and again on tuesday night when he said the president offered him the position i immediately accepted he said white house confirmed the appointment wednesday afternoon and sarah huckabee sanders said we will work to have an orderly transition of course that'd be good idea just for a change of pace a little bit of actually the transitions have not been disorderly like jerry lewis and the disorderly early they haven't been disorderly they've just been numerous i think and fairly high level so lawrence kudlow and twenty years on television at least i think cnbc and solid guy.

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Kudlow to become trump's white house economic adviser economic commentator and informal advisor on presidential campaign has differed with the president on trade issues the wall street journal reports this morning lawrence kudlow a conservative conservative economic commentator whose career included jobs in the white house wall street radio and business television will become one of president donald trump's top economic advisers as director of the national economic council mr kudlow seventy years old said he was offered the job after a series of recent phone conversations with the president in which the two discussed differences of opinion about trade among other things mr kudlow served as an informal trump campaign advisor has spoken out against the tariffs on steel on aluminum that mr trump announced last week a white house dispute over those tariffs played a role in the decision to step down by gary cohn the previous and e c director mr trump called mr kudlow on someday while the commentator an avid tennis player was on the court i thought he was calling to balmy out because i was so critical he said instead kudlow said the president walked through his reasons for implementing tariffs mr kudlow said he spoke by phone again with mr trump on monday and again on tuesday night when he said the president offered him the position i immediately accepted he said white house confirmed the appointment wednesday afternoon and sarah huckabee sanders said we will work to have an orderly transition of course that'd be a good idea just for a change of pace a little bit of well actually the transitions have not been disorderly like jerry lewis and the disorderly orderly they haven't been disorderly they've just been numerous i think and fairly high level so lawrence kudlow and twenty years on television at least i think cnbc and solid guy and he he he's a noholdsbarred kind of guy he's a brawler i don't know if he's from new york but he sure seems like a new yorker and and he's he's got brass i think it would be fair to say and if he disagrees with the president the president will win but i don't think you'll go away stamping his feet in a huff also i played the audio yesterday i played it day before yesterday two of the president on the south one of the white house when he was leaving for california where he kind of gave away the fact that he sees these tariffs as a negotiating tool and not.

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Lawrence kudlow conservative economic commentator whose career included jobs at the white house wall street radio and business television will become when a president donald trump's top economic advisers as director of the national economic council the seventy year old mister kudlow said he was offered the job after a series of recent phone conversations with the president in which the two discussed differences of opinion about trade among other things mr kabo who served as an informal trump campaign advisor has spoken out against the tariffs on steel and aluminum that mr trump announced last week a white house dispute over those tariffs is said to have played a role in the decision to step down by the previous director gary cohn the white house confirmed the appointment yesterday afternoon and mr kudlow spoke on cnbc i believe first of all the greatest and most important thing for this or any other country is rapid economic growth and prosperity that is my basic view and it has been four decades despite differences on trade mr kudlow was a strong supporter of tax cuts and deregulation championed by the president the to also have a kinship and television mr covault is a longtime personality on cnbc and has his own radio program he developed a relationship with mr trump over the last twenty years by interviewing him on those shows the wall street journal says mr kudlow appointment suggests that mr trump will continue to hear conflicting voices in the white house the president has said he likes fielding competing views toys r us the favorite destination of many american kids for decades is going out of business in the us the iconic seventy year old chain announced early today that it seeking bankruptcy court approval to start closing at seven hundred thirty five.

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"mr kudlow" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"mr kudlow" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In new york city today i'm kai ryssdal it is wednesday march the fourteenth is always to have you along everybody the new economic name you need to know today is kudlow larry cudlow announced this morning as the new director of the white house national economic council replacing the soon to depart gary cohn if you watch television business news you might know of mr kudlow or know of him if perchance you don't we've got marketplace's kimberly adams on the phone live from our bureau in washington for a quick introduction hey kimberly hi chi so let's television aside let's do a little establishing of mr kudlow is bona fide he's here shall we because he has some yeah he's had a long clinical career both in politics and other parts of government starting in the federal reserve bank in new york he was there for a while he also served in the office of management and budget under the reagan administration and then in the private sector he spent a decade at bear stearns but he was out of there before the crisis hit of course he and he's you know he's got along a long string of chief economist jobs all over wall street talk to me then about what he's going to do for the president and more importantly what he has done to date because he talks a lot on cnbc about you know i got off the phone with president i was talking to people at the white house i mean he knows people there yeah he's definitely been in touch with the president and advising him informally for a while now and has actually been kind of tough on the president especially in recent weeks on the issue of these tariffs he said that tariffs are taxes especially on the middle class he's dialed that back a bit since the tariffs are now a bit more limited exempting some of america's allies and some of our top steel and aluminum trading partners but generally kudlow likes free trade and his other policy positions lineup pretty well with the president he likes tax cuts fewer regulations and he thinks the president's been doing a pretty good job or so.

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