A few points.
Trump is back complaining that the fed should lower interested rates. Of course, in 2016 he complained that the Obama economy was propped up by low interest rates:
“They’re keeping the rates artificially low so the economy doesn’t go down,” Trump said in response to a question about a potential rate hike by the Federal Reserve this month. “So that Obama can say he did a good job. That’s the only reason that the rates are so low. They’re keeping the rates artificially low so that Obama can go out and play golf after January and say that he did a good job. But it is a very, a very false economy. So [Obama] can leave office and say: See I told you.”
“We have a very false economy," he repeated.
“So far, I think she’s done a political job,” he said about Fed chair Janet Yellen.
And remember when one of the rallying cries among right-wing pundits and politicians was “uncertainty?” I’m not even going to bother citing sources because it was so common among right-wing media, politicians, and people on these forums…that the economy couldn’t REALLY recover because of the “uncertainty” in Obama’s policies.
Well, where’s the “certainty” in Trump’s trade war right now? How on earth can businesses and manufacturers invest in their own products and employees when they may be the next targets of the trade war? When are Trump supporters going to finally hold Trump to the same standard they held Obama on these things?
Inquiring minds want to know!