Trump says that he wants to reopen the economy by Easter, but Republican Senators are already warning him not to do it because it will make things worse.
In the past few days, President Donald Trump has made clear his desire to put a quick end to the practice of social distancing in order to combat the threat of coronavirus — a move that health experts agree is premature.
The White House is pushing Trump's fantasy of economic greatness by claiming that the economy under Obama was "horrible."
Donald Trump claims to have created the "greatest economy ever," but the truth is that his economy is only sixth out of the last ten presidential terms.
This week’s stock market antics and the occurrence of an inverted yield curve have provided compelling evidence portending another economic recession.
These economic indicators, in addition to spurring stock sell-offs and turbulent market volatility, also sparked a firestorm of debate and commentary regarding how a potential recession would impact Trump’s 2020 re-election bid.
The economy won't be able to rescue Trump and the GOP as the vast majority of Americans aren't feeling great benefit from Trump's economy.
During an interview on Fox and Friends, President Trump revealed that the basis for all of his economic plans is a hope that the economy grows at three percent during his presidency when all economic and workforce projections predict a grow of 1.8-1.9%. In other words, Trump's entire plan is based on fantasy BS.
Trump's infrastructure plan is another buy now pay later short-term gimmick that will cost the economy dearly in years to come.