Trump blasts Paul Krugman for predicting his election would spark a global recession
President Trump blasted Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman on Sunday for predicting his election would devastate the global economy. 'I...Theron Mohamed Jan. 21, 2020, 07:27 AM President Trump blasted Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman on Sunday for predicting his election would devastate the global economy. "If you listened to the flawed advice of @paulkrugman at the @nytimes, a newspaper that was going broke until I came along, you would have entirely missed the RECORD BREAKING Stock Market (and other) numbers produced since Election Day, 2016," Trump tweeted . "We are very probably looking at a global recession, with no end in sight," Krugman wrote after the 2016 election. Krugman has repeatedly attacked Trump's economic record, but his doomsday predictions are yet to come true. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . President Donald Trump blasted Paul Krugman on Sunday, pointing to the record US stock market as evidence that the Nobel Prize-winning economist and New York Times columnist missed the mark when he predicted Trump's election would devastate the global economy. "If you listened to the flawed advice of @paulkrugman at the @nytimes, a newspaper that was going broke until I came along, you would have entirely missed the RECORD BREAKING Stock Market (and other) numbers produced since Election Day, 2016," Trump tweeted ."Sorry, those are the FACTS....." Trump and Krugman have traded attacks since the economist warned of huge economic fallout after the 2016 election. "If the question is when markets will recover, a first-pass answer is never," Krugman , arguing the global economy was vulnerable and the new administration would likely constrain the Federal Reserve."We are very probably looking at a global recession, with no end in sight." Krugman is a longtime Trump critic Krugman has repeatedly sounded the alarm on Trump. , he argued the inverted yield curve — a proven recession indicator — was a"vote of no confidence in Donald Trump's economic policies." "The tweeter in chief bungled his way into a Trump slump," Krugman Read more: Business Insider
Paul was wrong as usual.
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Johnson, Trump and the future of the Atlantic alliancePulling away from America may come at the expense of a generous trade deal Would any sane person believe anything Trump promised? Just ask his ex-wives or his former business associates. We need to have a healthy trade balance with all countries and improve it with the USSR. American wanted the USSR isolated which is not in our trade interest.A USA trade deal will undoubtedly come with strings which may not be in either Europe's or our interests to align with. Ain't gonna happen. Johnson needs this trade deal like no other. And if by generous you mean how many standards the UK has to relax, that would be on the mark.