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Here's why the 2020 election-year economy is shaping up perfectly for Trump

Business Insider Sunday, 9 February 2020
Here's why the 2020 election-year economy is shaping up perfectly for Trump· *Trump is making the strength of the economy central to his re-election bid.*
· *He has good reason to, given strong job growth, low unemployment and decent annual wage gains.*
· *"The economy is clearly an asset for him," said one conservative economist.*
· *But the economy is also pricing out Americans in the middle...
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