"The tax cut that the president passed has thus far remained the most unpopular tax cut in the history of polling," said former Obama economic advisor Austan Goolsbee.
"I'm not going to name names," Delaney told reporters when asked which Democrats specifically he believed had cheered on a possible recession.
"The underlying consumer is doing well and making more money. More importantly, they're spending more money."
"The Democrats are trying to 'will' the Economy to be bad for purposes of the 2020 Election. Very Selfish!" he wrote.
The president, who campaigned on his ability to improve the economy and has sought to take credit for the economic successes, is positioning himself to avoid blame for any possible downturn.
"The risk that exists right now in the economy––in the global economy and the U.S. economy––lies squarely, squarely on Donald Trump's reckless, drunk driving approach to economic management."
As recently as Saturday, President Trump has defended his administration's freewheeling tariff war and once more used the false claim that China is paying the penalty to defend his position.
Gary Cohn, who was U.S. President Donald Trump's top economics guru, said the trade war is not hitting China's economy.
Trump declared that his trade war was undermining Chinese economic growth, and threatened more pain for Beijing after 2020.
Economic growth in the second quarter of 2019 slowed significantly, from 3.1 percent in the first quarter of the year to 2.1 percent in the spring.
"Refugees who do come to the U.S. have got a big productive contribution to make," said International Rescue Committee President and CEO David Miliband.
A recent American economy study found that immigrants and the children of immigrants founded 45 percent of U.S. Fortune 500 companies, amassing $6.1 trillion in annual revenue last year.
Economy, stature, patriotism, and progress on health issues all bode well for the president, as does the Democrats' growing issue insanity.
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The report found substantial benefits for low-income workers but came with a major caveat for the labor force.
An AP-Norc poll found that just 17 percent of Americans believe they received a tax break under President Donald Trump and Congressional Republicans' $1.2 trillion plan, which passed in 2017.
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Only 18 percent said they had six months of emergency expenses, while 17 percent said they had emergency funds to cover three to five months of costs.
Recent years' gains for working people have their roots in progressive advocacy, not Trump policies. Democratic presidential candidates should be sure to point this out in the debates.
"The Trump Economy is setting records, and has a long way up to go," wrote the president.
"You could easily find the American economy in a recession, certainly before the election," Robert Reich said during an appearance on MSNBC Friday.
"Mr. Trump for over two years has been huffing and puffing about reviving manufacturing employment. This is a pipe dream."
A House Democrat has threatened to force Senate Republicans, many of whom oppose the tariffs and have noted the potential economic impact they would have, to vote on whether to rebuff the president and attempt to block him.
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"You know what I think it does, it's going to create a realignment of the supply chain away from China to other parts of the world," Congressman Sean Duffy argued.