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He’s a Keynesian now: Donald Trump tells New York Times he wants to “prime the pump”

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(Bastien Inzaurralde/The Washington Post)Republicans’ blame game for their failure to pass a health-care bill is in full swing.
Neither Trump nor Republican leaders could win over about a dozen of the 35 to 40 House Freedom Caucus members.
Democrats are smiling in D.C. that the Freedom Caucus, with the help of Club For Growth and Heritage, have saved Planned Parenthood & Ocare!
Trump administration officials and lawmakers of both parties blamed one another on March 26 following the failure of the GOP health-care care bill.
“And, well, we’re feeling those growing pains today.”The Freedom Caucus declined to return fire Sunday at Trump, instead taking the opportunity to frame the narrative very differently.

As it stated in

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He’s a Keynesian now: Donald Trump tells New York Times he wants to “prime the pump”

As it stated in “We’re also going to prime the pump,” President Trump told Robert Draper of The New York Times Magazine.
“You know what I mean by ‘prime the pump’?
And that’ll happen.”As Draper wrote, “A clearer elucidation of Keynesian liberalism could not have been delivered by Obama.” Twitter noticed this as well.
In order to get this [the economy] going, and going big league, and having the jobs coming in and the taxes that will be cut very substantially and the regulations that’ll be going, we’re going to have to prime the pump to some extent.
President Donald Trump’s economic plan may be built on a foundation whose logic many people find unconvincing, but that didn’t stop him from describing spending in such glowing terms that one could even call them Keynesian.

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