The Fed Declares War on Trump, #1454 – YouTube

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Published on Jan 26, 2017

CORRECTION: IN THE LAST SENTENCE OF THE TEXT, I SAID:
“… a veto-proof 60-vote majority in the U.S. Senate.” 60 votes gives a filibuster-proof majority. A “veto-proof” majority is 67 votes. We regret the confusion, and YouTube will no longer let me text-based edits in the on-screen video stream.

Yesterday, the Federal Reserve Chairwoman, Janet Yellen, openly opposed the stated policy of new President Donald Trump by saying the Fed was worried about the economy heating up too much so they would raise interest rates more than planned – 3 times in 2017.
Now remember, this is a Fed that only raised interest rates twice – in the last 10 years in a failed effort to support President no-name Obama.

In other words, if Hillary Clinton would have won the election, then the Fed would have continued with more moderate interest rate…

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