Donald Trump Takes Victory Lap On 'Hannity' In Feud With NFL

Donald Trump Takes Victory Lap On 'Hannity' In Feud With NFL

Donald Trump Takes Victory Lap On 'Hannity' In Feud With NFL

Trump's apparent confusion about the military exercise follows weeks of rebukes from the president about NFL players who kneel during the national anthem in protest of racial injustice and police brutality.

Trump placed the blame for what he described as rampant murders and shootings squarely on Democratic politicians.

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"I'm so proud of the $5.2 trillion dollars of increase in the stock market", Trump said, referring to the bull market that began as the economy pulled out of the Great Recession during the months after President Obama took office. As you know, the last eight years, they borrowed more than it did in the whole history of our country.

"What a nice sound that is", Trump told Fox News' Sean Hannity as he watches the crowd stand. "So they borrowed more than $10 trillion, right? But we're very honored by it", Trump said. As CNBC details, to see why this doesn't make sense, consider the relationship (or lack thereof) between the stock market and debt during the Obama administration. "And we're very, very happy".

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While it's true that USA stock market indexes have risen markedly during Trump's time in office, the current gains are part of a bull market that began in the spring of 2009, when the country began to recover from the Great Recession and the collapse of the housing market.

In fact, the president wants to cut taxes and potentially add to the debt if spending cuts can not be found to offset those tax cuts. The nonpartisan Tax Policy Center has estimated that middle-income earners would get a slight tax break, but the real benefits would flow to the wealthiest Americans who are in the top 1 percent of households.

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The interview is expected to cover a range of topics making headlines, along with Trump's push for tax reform and his new 70-point immigration plan, according to Fox News insider. There are many rich people who live in other states, such as Florida, who would not be as impacted by that restriction.

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