Stephen Moore

Heritage Foundation

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Stephen Moore is a distinguished visiting fellow at the Heritage Foundation's Project for Economic Growth and the author of Government: America's #1 Growth Industry and Who's the Fairest of Them All?: The Truth about Opportunity, Taxes, and Wealth in America.

A former Trump campaign economic adviser, from 2005-2014, Moore served as senior economics writer for the Wall Street Journal's editorial board.

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After financial disaster in 2008, President Obama distanced himself from "fat-cat bankers." Candidate Donald Trump roasted Hillary Clinton's ties to Wall Street.

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