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Well.

The US stock market has tanked, and according to report in NY Times, the German economy is headed for recession, as Germany has been negatively affected by Trump's tariffs.

Way to go, DJT!

Yep. Trump literally ruins everything he touches.

Who would trust him with anything?

I wouldn't trust him to empty my horse's muck bucket correctly.

 

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41 minutes ago, Lil Nel said:

Well.

The US stock market has tanked, and according to report in NY Times, the German economy is headed for recession, as Germany has been negatively affected by Trump's tariffs.

Way to go, DJT!

Yep. Trump literally ruins everything he touches.

Who would trust him with anything?

I wouldn't trust him to empty my horse's muck bucket correctly.

 

But Trump decided that he needed to allow stores to stock up on cheap Chinese clothing and trinkets for the winter holidays.  You know how finicky those Trump Christians are about the war on Christmas. It sure seems like Trump is playing his voting base for fools.

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On twitter, DJT is heaping blame on Jerome Powell for the state of the economy. Sad!

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10 minutes ago, nursej22 said:

On twitter, DJT is heaping blame on Jerome Powell for the state of the economy. Sad!

Not quite correct.

For one, the “state of the economy “ is great.

Secondly, he was agreeing with Charles Payne’s assessment of Powell’s decision making.

 

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1 hour ago, Lil Nel said:

Well.

The US stock market has tanked, and according to report in NY Times, the German economy is headed for recession, as Germany has been negatively affected by Trump's tariffs.

Way to go, DJT!

Yep. Trump literally ruins everything he touches.

Who would trust him with anything?

I wouldn't trust him to empty my horse's muck bucket correctly.

 

Here’s a Reuter’s article on the German recession.  Funny thing is, neither Trump or his tariffs are mentioned.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-germany-economy-gdp/shrinking-german-economy-on-edge-of-recession-as-exports-stutter-idUSKCN1V40HT

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14 minutes ago, nursej22 said:

On twitter, DJT is heaping blame on Jerome Powell for the state of the economy. Sad!

Trump only takes credit for winning. 

Only. Ever. 

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1 hour ago, MoondoggieRN said:

 

For one, the “state of the economy “ is great. 

🤣🤣🤣

 

 

 

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Was there a point in sharing that content? Clearly not everyone thinks that the state of the economy is great. 

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For instance this guy doesn't agree...

Trump’s Deficit Economy  Aug 9, 2019 JOSEPH E. STIGLITSTIGLITZ

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 The US economy was supposed to be “great.” Its 3.7% unemployment rate and first-quarter growth of 3.1% should have been the envy of the advanced countries. But scratch a little bit beneath the surface, and there was plenty to worry about. Second-quarter growth plummeted to 2.1%. Average hours worked in manufacturing in July sank to the lowest level since 2011. Real wages are only slightly above their level a decade ago, before the Great Recession. Real investment as a percentage of GDP is well below levels in the late 1990s, despite a tax cut allegedly intended to spur business spending, but which was used mainly to finance share buybacks instead.

America should be in a boom, with three enormous fiscal-stimulus measures in the past three years. The 2017 tax cut, which mainly benefited billionaires and corporations, added some $1.5-2 trillion to the ten-year deficit. An almost $300 billion increase in expenditures over two years averted a government shutdown in 2018. And at the end of July, a new agreement to avoid another shutdown added another $320 billion of spending. If it takes trillion-dollar annual deficits to keep the US economy going in good times, what will it take when things are not so rosy?

 

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2 hours ago, nursej22 said:

 

How far did the stock market drop because leading indicators point to a recession on the horizon.

Who, in their right mind, would suggest the economy is doing well?

The gyrations, in the stock market, over the past two weeks, show otherwise.

But Trumpsters still don't understand, that THEY, are paying for tariffs on Chinese goods.

That's why Trump threw them a bone, and they will DIVE for it!

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5 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

But Trump decided that he needed to allow stores to stock up on cheap Chinese clothing and trinkets for the winter holidays.  You know how finicky those Trump Christians are about the war on Christmas. It sure seems like Trump is playing his voting base for fools.

They have proved time and time again, they love playing, his fool.

😳

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