The Latest on the 2018 US Presidential Election

  • September 17, 2021

“If you were born in the 1940s or 50s, you probably didn’t realize how much we were living in an era that we call the Great Depression,” said Michael A. Cohen, an economist and the author of The Price of Loyalty: Why Loyalty Matters.

In the aftermath of the Great Recession, the economy has grown significantly. “

So that loyalty is going to come from a place of frustration.” 

In the aftermath of the Great Recession, the economy has grown significantly.

However, with the economy still in free fall, the Trump administration has been struggling to find ways to make up for the lost manufacturing jobs.

In response, the administration has imposed a number of tariffs on Chinese imports and imposed a ban on all travel to the U.S. from some countries. 

Trump has made it clear he is not happy with the state of affairs.

He has also been making it clear that he doesn’t want to let Americans work and pay taxes. 

“We are going to make our country great again,” he said in his first press conference as president on Jan. 20.

“We’re going to build that wall, we’re going do it very well.

And I am very confident that we’re doing it, and it’s going to end well for the country.” 

On Jan. 28, he took to Twitter to accuse Democratic rival Hillary Clinton of being a “crooked” candidate. 

Clinton’s campaign responded by accusing Trump of lying and using the president’s own words to attack her. 

Meanwhile, a new report from the Economic Policy Institute found that the country is losing $12.5 trillion in jobs as a result of the recession.

The report also said that nearly half of the new jobs created since 2010 have been in service sectors.