The administration hasn’t held a press briefing since July 2. In the meantime, EPA head Scott Pruitt has resigned, the president nominated Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court and met with Vladimir Putin. In other words, it will be something to watch and you can do so below:
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At the end of June, Larry Kudlow, a prominent conservative commentator who is now President Trump's chief economic adviser, claimed that, thanks to the GOP tax law, the deficit was already falling sharply.
"As the economy gears up, more people working, better jobs and careers, those revenues come rolling in and the deficit, which is the other criticism, is coming down, and it's coming down rapidly," Kudlow said. "Growth solves a lot of problems."
The problem with this statement was that there...
Over $20 million in taxpayer funds could be saved at the end of President Donald Trump’s first term in office due to his leaner White... Read More
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