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President Donald Trump took credit for a strong economy today, in his speech after the Senate acquitted him in his impeachment trial: “If we didn’t win, the stock market would’ve…

Why does the economy feel so bad when it sounds so good?

President Donald Trump took credit for a strong economy today, in his speech after the Senate acquitted him in his impeachment trial: “If we didn’t win, the stock market would’ve…

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Testimony this week added a lot of detail.

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Testimony this week added a lot of detail.

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Impeachment, Ukraine, China, the Kurds

Lots of news this week.

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