Sep 27, 2016

Trump Tax, Regulatory Cuts Would End ‘Malaise,’ Navarro Says - Bloomberg Politics

Donald Trump would "unleash" energy resources, eliminate trade deficit, cut taxes and slash regulations in four-prong strategy to revive economy, Peter Navarro, University of California-Irvine economics professor and Trump backer, says in Bloomberg Radio interview. Goal is to "directionally point us back" to growth of 3.5% or more rather than current "malaise" Says President Obama’s "Keynesian"...

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