& # 39; I always find a way to win & # 39 ;: Donald Trump slams reports that the US is on its way to a recession, even while the White House is warning assistants that the president's economic recession is coming
- Donald Trump threw reports that the United States is on its way to a recession
- White House assistants warned him an economic downturn earlier this month – just in time for his re-election campaign
- Trump warned the stories about the struggling economy & # 39; will not work because I always find a way to win & # 39;
- & # 39; The economy is strong and good, while the rest of the world is not doing so well, & # 39; he tweeted Friday morning
Donald Trump hit the United States reports on the road to recession on Friday, even while the White House privately warned him that an economic downturn is imminent – just in time for his re-election campaign.
The president warned the stories about the struggling economy & # 39; will not work because I always find a way to win & # 39 ;.
Trump has made a strong US economy the center of his argument to voters about why they should give him a second term in office.
Donald Trump threw reports that the United States is on its way to a recession
& # 39; The economy is strong and good, while the rest of the world is not doing so well. Nevertheless, the Fake News Media, along with their partner, the Democratic Party, work overtime to convince people that we are in a recession or are about to get into it, "he tweeted Friday morning.
& # 39; They are willing to lose their wealth, or much of it, just for the opportunity to win the election. But it doesn't work because I always find a way to win, especially for the people! The largest political movement in our country's history will again win a big victory in 2020!, & He added.
Relief workers told the president earlier this month that some of their internal predictions showed that the economy could slow down considerably in the coming year – not really a recession but a dip that would come if his re-election campaign kicked in, The Washington Post reported.
And Trump replied that he thinks he can convince Americans that the economy is strong – despite some figures showing.
Their personal caution comes when advisers publicly maintain that the economy is doing well – an echo of the President's reports.
& # 39; Our economy is incredible, & # 39; Trump told reporters Tuesday.
& # 39; We think the economy is in good shape & # 39 ;, Larry Kudlow, director of the National Economic Council, told reporters at the White House on Thursday afternoon.
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