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At Carrier, Trump proves America First is an attitude, not just a slogan

Peter Navarro, The new dawn of American manufacturing broke Thursday with one big step for the workers of Indiana and one far bigger step for a more muscular trade policy: Carrier will stay in Indianapolis – along with more than 1,000 jobs. The Never Trumpers will be quick to give others credit or attack the

A Major Infrastructure Investment Needed and Skilled Labor

President-elect Donald Trump would like to push $1 trillion in infrastructure spending through Congress, as a way to boost productivity and create jobs. But will there be enough skilled workers to take on those projects? A brief by Trump policy advisers Wilbur Ross and Peter Navarro cites infrastructure jobs as a possible cure for higher

Trump, Clinton, taxes, and the markets

Peter Navarro, Wilbur Ross Sophisticated investors know that the main reason why stocks are near all-time highs is that record low interest rates have caused most asset classes to boom.  Today, however, most companies are struggling to achieve even modest topline growth and are running out of costs to cut.  For the next market move

Trump vs. Clinton on infrastructure, and why it matters

Wilbur Ross, Peter Navarro America’s public sector infrastructure is a linchpin of private sector growth.  Our complex network of airports, bridges, highways, ports, tunnels, and waterways bring us to work and our products to market. Our digital superhighways connect us to each other and the world. Dams and levees protect us from floods while our


“Over a hundred years ago, a pro-business Teddy Roosevelt busted up more than 40 oil, railroad, steel and other “trusts” that were wielding their rapacious monopoly power to gouge consumers and interfere with the efficient functioning of the American economy. Donald Trump will break up the new media conglomerate oligopolies that have gained enormous control

Trump Team News Statements and Updates

Trump Campaign Statement “This entire article is fiction, and for the New York Times to launch a completely false, coordinated character assassination against Mr. Trump on a topic like this is dangerous. To reach back decades in an attempt to smear Mr. Trump trivializes sexual assault, and it sets a new low for where the

Trump Has Over-the-Top Debate

The Republican presidential nominee moved to calm a jittery base and stabilize his campaign. He told Democratic rival Hillary Clinton she should be in jail despite numerous probes that have ended without charges. He accused her husband of sexual assault, and claimed she was callous toward a 12-year-old rape victim as a lawyer. He twice brought up Sidney


“A day after Donald Trump highlighted the unfair use of the Value-Added Tax by America’s trading partners in the first presidential debate, Congressmen Bill Pascrell (D-NJ) and Walter Jones (R-NC) reintroduced the bipartisan Border Tax Equity Act in Congress to do exactly what Mr. Trump said should be done: negotiate a deal promptly with the

We Need A Tough Negotiator Like Trump To Fix U.S. Trade Policy

“We Need A Tough Negotiator Like Trump To Fix U.S. Trade Policy” By Wilbur Ross And Peter Navarro, CNBC, 7/29/16 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is threatening to leave the World Trade Organization and rip up agreements like the North American Free Trade agreement, and his critics predictably are branding him everything from “wrong-headed” to