With the 2020 presidential election less than 24-months away, President Trump is sticking to his message to build a wall on the Southern border, beef up the military and create a strong economy.
But with the weakest jobs report in more than a year, a looming confrontation in Congress over border security and international trade spats, is the President losing steam.
- Joel Rubin is president of the Washington Strategy Group
- Eric Bolling is a conservative political commentator and author
- Yan Wang is partner with Alpine Macro and their chief emerging markets in China strategist
- Jonathan Broder is a senior writer for Newsweek
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“I was gonna stay away from this, but I can’t,” Biden said, addressing the Trump administration's newly released budget proposal. "Something they gave millionaires and billionaires, excessive tax breaks, and who are they asking to pay for it? Middle class families like you." pic.twitter.com/nmLQpEzU5D
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