Justin Wolfers, an economics and public policy professor at the University of Michigan, says he’s optimistic about the U.S. economy because “recessions don’t die of old age, they’re murdered.” However, he is worried “that a small adverse shock could turn into something more calamitous with policy mistakes coming out of the White House.”
Watch the video above to learn more about why Justin Wolfers thinks President Donald Trump poses the biggest risk to a strong U.S. economy.
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