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NOVEMBER 1, 2019 Larry Kudlow Comments to Reporters at the White House While talking to reporters at the White House, National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow took a reporter’s question regarding the impeachment inquiry pf President Trump and if it was holding back the stock market. C-Span

By Susan Jones, CNSNews, April 17, 2020

(CNSNews.com) – “I mean heck, I want people to go back to work,” Larry Kudlow, one of President Trump’s top economic advisers, told Fox News’s Sean Hannity Thursday night.

On the same program, the always colorful Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) warned that “the tofu and arugula crowd are not going to like the president’s plan” to reopen the country.

“They think that we should leave the economy shut down until there is no more coronavirus,” Kennedy said.

“That’s not realistic for two reasons. No, it’s unrealistic. It’s bone-deep, down-to-the-marrow stupid. Number one, the economy will collapse, the world economy will collapse if ours does. And number two, as we saw in Michigan, the American people are not going to stand for it.”

Kudlow said the unemployment and GDP numbers are “going to be pretty awful” for the months of April.  ….

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