“Economists Take Shots At Trump After He Bribed Carrier Into Keeping Jobs In The U.S.”


POLITICUS USA

In the long term, Trump's deal with Carrier could do more damage than good.
In the long term, Trump’s deal with Carrier could do more damage than good.

“Trading places: Donald Trump’s anti-trade policies may damage America’s economy, leaving China’s looking and feeling good”


SALON

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“China is ready to pounce if Trump axes Pacific trade deal”


CNN

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CARTOON


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“Wall Street rallies on Clinton hopes”


POLITICO

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“Workers picket Trump’s Las Vegas union busting outside his DC hotel”


THINK PROGRESS

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“The Dairy Industry Slaughtered Half a Million Cows to Make You Pay More for Milk”


CARE2

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“Actually, many Trump voters are in one basket and it’s both racist and economically frustrated”


SALON

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally, Friday, Sept. 9, 2016, in Pensacola, Fla. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a rally, Friday, Sept. 9, 2016, in Pensacola, Fla. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

“What’s Going on With America’s White People?”


POLITICO

Donald Trump’s appeals to working-class white Americans have no doubt stoked racial tensions. But his popularity among these voters has also put an unexpected spotlight on their grievances—whether they feel left behind by globalization and immigration or resentful of an elite political class that seems to ignore them. Do poor white Americans suddenly feel more disgruntled than ever, or are the rest of us just now paying attention? How much of their pique has to do with economic factors versus matters of race or, simply, health? And what does it all mean for American politics—in 2016 and beyond?  MORE

“Elizabeth Warren’s Total Destruction Of Trump’s Economic Speech Is A Sight To Behold”


POLITICUS USA

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) expertly took apart Donald Trump's economic speech to reveal a plan that is designed to benefit only the rich and corporations.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) expertly took apart Donald Trump’s economic speech to reveal a plan that is designed to benefit only the rich and corporations.