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Economists survey: 34% expect a U.S. recession in 2021

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You can expect to see almost daily articles like this in the mainstream media over the next year as they try to convince people not to re-elect President Trump. It’s similar to the nonstop fake news over the pad two years about the Russian “collusion” conspiracy theory.

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You can expect to see almost daily articles like this in the mainstream media over the next year as they try to convince people not to re-elect President Trump. It’s similar to the nonstop fake news over the pad two years about the Russian “collusion” conspiracy theory.

That was proven true! LOL!

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Not surprising or unusual, as the US economy is on its longest expansion in history. US consumers, whose spending accounts for 70% of GDP, still seem pretty confident, so I'm on the bullish side.

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"If the economy goes into recession, it will be Bill Maher's fault. It will be the fake media's fault. Not mine. No way. I don't do fault, responsibility, blame, none of that. Accountability's for losers. Bigly. Soooooo sad."

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America got the President they deserved.

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America got the President they deserved.

We certainly deserve a lot after being bamboozled by Obama.

And oh man, did we ever dodge a bullet when that corrupt warmonger was defeated in 2016.

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"Trade wars are easy to win."

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"If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor."

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The recession will come before that.Trump's easy to win trade wars is going to be his downfall, that even his cracker supporters will realize his constant bluffing,blinking and then backing down has sent the economy into a nosedive, taking everyone else's too.It will be his election Waterloo.And yippee! No pain,no gain they say.

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America got the President they deserved.

Despite the fact more American voters voted for his opponent than for him?

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"Health care prices and insurance costs will go down."

Mine are up almost 4x higher.

A slight downturn in the economy is common for 2nd term Presidents the year after the election.

In years one and two of a presidential term, the President exits campaign mode and works hard to fulfill campaign promises before the next election begins. It is theorized that because of these circumstances surrounding the President's work, the first year after their election is the weakest of the presidential term, with the second year being not much better.

If Trump wants to help the economy, can should use the Presidential pulpit to push Congress and the States to ratify the Congressional Term Limits Constitutional Amendment that 5 Republican sponsors submitted to Congress last January.

House: https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-joint-resolution/20

Senate: https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/senate-joint-resolution/1

This would bring many more new people into elections. This was one of Trump's campaign promises, but the US President isn't part of the US Amendment process except to provide light on it. He doesn't sign anything.

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You can expect to see almost daily articles like this in the mainstream media over the next year as they try to convince people not to re-elect President Trump.

i,ll agree with that. many desperate people in American MM.

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