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Stephen Moore: Middle-Class Incomes Rise More Under Trump Than Obama

Newsmax Thursday, 3 October 2019 ()
Former Trump administration Federal Reserve candidate Stephen Moore predicts President Donald Trump will be “very difficult” to beat in next year’s election amid the continued growth of middle-class income.
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House Democrats are issuing subpoenas and calling witnesses. At the same time, President Donald Trump continues to lash out at those who support his impeachment; CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.

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