Be it donald Trump or Elizabeth Warren, America urgently needs
to start talking about candidates’ sharply diverging economic
A year from now, the US will elect its next president. The
stakes are high and the outcome will reverberate across the world
in a number of spheres, not least the economy. Yet, thus far, most
discussions of candidates’ economic policy proposals have been
based more on feelings or ideology than rigorous analysis.
Barring a major unforeseen catastrophe, US economic performance
will play a decisive role in the election. If the economy remains
strong – unemployment is at a 50-year low for all workers, and
its lowest-ever level for African-Americans and Hispanics –
President Donald Trump stands a good chance of a second term.
Source: FS – All-News2-Economy
The 2020 US election hinges on the economy – it's time to start talking about it