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More Tax Cuts, Midterms And The History Of ‘Exogenous Macro Shocks’

Remember, prediction markets haven't been the best guide over the past several years.

Remember, prediction markets haven't been the best guide over the past several years.
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7 comments on “More Tax Cuts, Midterms And The History Of ‘Exogenous Macro Shocks’

  1. Delusional Don once again living up to his name. Does anyone take him serious even once in a while? Tax cuts by Nov and MbS knew nothing about that situation. Ok, sure Delusional Don. Sad!!!

  2. Just another blatant lie to buy votes from a section of the populace that isn’t that happy with the previous tax cuts.

  3. Stephen Andrew

    Brilliant by ole “3 Vs” (vain, vacuous and vengeful): he can claim credit for giving his cult-followers tax breaks WITHOUT having to pay for them (as it won’t pass in time) AND then blame the Dems for blocking it in Congress…. Brilliant (sic)

  4. wow. Kevin Brady and Paul Ryan working on it ’round the clock. I bet they were also surprised to hear this!

    This buffoon stands in front of America every day and makes statements that are complete and utter lies; no qualms and absolutely no understanding of the responsibility he has to the citizens of America.

    It’s all an act. Maybe if Hollywood would just give him that Emmy he wants so desperately, he would leave. However, I think he does need more rehearsals before commenting about the loss of a human life – his delivery for such seems a bit insincere.

  5. given they are saying 65% chance the dems take the house….the surprise will be when the gop sweeps and keeps it all.

    democrats are brow beaten post kavanaugh and not motivated to show up….except in the already true blue zones where it doesnt matter if they show or dont.

    gop seems more invigorated with thier kavanaugh win…and get the keep claming ‘the economy is great’, when we see 3.7% gdp for q3. let the dow rally for a week, and theyre a lock.

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