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HomeVideoThe “Inherited” Economy: Liberty Never Sleeps Vol. 5 Episode 164

The “Inherited” Economy: Liberty Never Sleeps Vol. 5 Episode 164

Donald Trump holds up a "Trump Digs Coal" placard at a rally promising to bring back the coal industry in West Virginia, Ohio and elsewhere.

President Donald Trump’s changes to the U.S. economy will have profound effects for years to come — if he can complete the job. We discuss the changes of Obama’s government economy to Trump’s private capital economy on today’s show.

*Kavanaugh Follow Up
*Trump’s Market
*The Shift from Trade
*Promises, Promises
*NY and Taxes

Today’s Bumpers:

Word Up- Cameo
Straight Up- Paul Abdul
Coming Up- Paul McCartney
Hang it Up- The Ting Tings
Money Changes Everything- Cyndi Lauper

Closing Music

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