Bruce Josten

Executive VP of Government Affairs, US Chamber of Commerce

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Executive Vice President of Government Affairs at the US Chamber of Commerce, which represents three million US business and thousands of local chambers of commerce

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Under eight years of a Democratic administration, the US economy thrived. Eight years of the Republicans have led to the brink of another Depression.

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Under eight years of a Democratic administration, the US economy thrived. Eight years of the Republicans have led to the brink of another Depression.

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