Trump repeatedly criticized the TPP and Nafta on the campaign trail, saying the U.S. manufacturing sector had been hollowed out by bad trade deals. Trump was scheduled to meet business executives and union leaders in two separate meetings on Monday, a day the White House cast as focused on trade and job creation.
The U.S. government, which pumped more than $130 million into Spanish renewable-energy company Abengoa SA's U.S.-based projects, is asking a federal judge to put the brakes on the company's plan to exit bankruptcy
"It didn't seem right to me. And here's how you know Trump is the most gangsta candidate ever. They asked him how he knows the system is rigged and he said, 'Because I take advantage of it.'"
The emails include paid speeches from Hillary Clinton, in which she boasted to private audiences that she was for "open trade and open borders" and admitted to being "kind of removed from the middle class."
"Fiscal expansion can replace ineffective monetary policy at the zero lower bound," Sims said. "It requires deficits aimed at, and conditioned on, generating inflation. The deficits must be seen as financed by future inflation, not future taxes or spending cuts."
Ethanol is hardly without controversy. On the production side it's been repeatedly shown that it uses up to 300% more water than anyone expected. Vast amounts of land were converted to corn fields in the rush to cash in on the government mandate, causing all manner of environmental havoc
It is the same players that we saw enabling reckless behavior in 1998: Citigroup, the Fed, and the Clinton-led Wall Street Democrats. And, as Jesse notes, here we are again, almost eighteen years later, watching the same short term, selfish characteristics by the big money banks putting the entire economy of productive individuals at risk again..
The Reuters news service has poured cold water on CNN's overheated claim that the Secret Service warned Donald Trump's campaign that his gun rights rhetoric seemed to threaten the safety of Hillary Clinton.
According to the review of donations by hedge fund owners and employees, Hillary Clinton has been the recipient of up to $122.7 million in political donations this election cycle. Donald Trump, however, has gotten a paltry $19,000 from that same segment of donors.
Democratic National Committee documents recently released by WikiLeaks include spreadsheets and emails that appear to show party officials planning which donors and prominent fundraisers to provide with appointments to federal boards and commissions.
"Foolish." "Tone deaf." "Sends a wrong signal." Those are three of the criticisms leveled at former President Bill Clinton by prominent Democrats.
Despite Donald Trump's record turnout in this year's primaries, most Republican voters are convinced that their party's leaders don't want him to get elected.
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