Why President Trump Took Over the Fed in 2019
President Trump now runs the Fed.
Anyone who argues differently, hasn’t been paying attention. Having caught the Fed intentionally sabotaging the U.S. economy for political reasons in late 2018, the President has since forced a group of Never Trumpers and Democrats to submit to his will.
Consider that in 2019, the economy never once came close to a recession. And yet, the Fed has:
1) Cut interest rates three times.
2) Launched a $60 billion per month QE program.
3) Added an additional $40 billion in net liquidity to the financial system per month for the last quarter of the year.
To give you an idea of how aggressive this monetary easing is, consider that during QE 3, which previously was the most aggressive Fed monetary policy in history, the Fed was only printing $80 billion per month.
The Fed is now doing more than this every single month… at a time when unemployment is below 4%, the U.S. economy is growing over 2%, and the stock market is at all-time highs.
Again, President Trump now runs the Fed.
The reason for this is simple. The President knows that a strong economy and roaring stock market are the key to his re-election in 2020.
Barring some all-encompassing issue like war, Americans vote with their wallets. And history has shown us that a weak economy has been the #1 reason why Presidents have failed to secure a second term.
So President Trump has preemptively moved to control the Fed the year before the 2020 election. He is doing this to insure the economy and stock market stay strong into November, thereby securing him a second term in the White House.
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