In the first six months of 2018 alone, American companies have called back $465 billion of untaxed corporate earnings from abroad.
A month after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro imposed a mandatory 60-fold wage increase, nearly 40 percent of all Venezuelan stores have closed.
Obama told the college students at the University of Illinois that the booming economy we are now experiencing is his work, not Trump's. But as John Adams once said, "Facts are stubborn things," and the facts contradict Obama's brazen claim.
The trade tariff strategy being implemented by Trump involves patience. For this group of American companies, their patience is wearing thin.
Even Kevin Hassett, chairman of President Trump’s Council of Economic Advisors, fails to grasp the dynamics of the new Trump economy: Five percent growth is not only achievable but increasingly likely.
Ivanka has drunk the Big Government Kool-Aid, and thinks government intervention will help "the forgotten man or woman" in America.
Second-quarter GDP growth was revised upward, to 4.2 percent, and some are now predicting 4.6-percent third-quarter growth. Could Trump's claim of five-percent GDP growth become reality?