Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Populist Voices Increasingly Outnumbered in Trump White House

Lifzette by Edmund Kozak

-- Many of President Donald Trump’s populist supporters saw his authorization of an air strike on Syria to be a betrayal of the populist, non-interventionist foreign policy on which he campaigned.

Moreover, they believe the reversal to be a result of the influence of the globalists in Trump’s inner circle. Now they fear a similar reversal on Trump’s promises of a populist economic agenda.

Trump has surrounded himself with a variety of voices with a variety of economic opinions — some populist, some globalist, some in-between — and Trump’s entire economic plan could very well depend on which of those voices wins out.

The Populist-Conservatives

Peter Navarro


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