On MSNBC’s Morning Joe Monday, Steven Rattner discussed the implications of President Trump’s latest health care related executive orders that stand to adversely affect millions of Americans. For charts, click here.
On MSNBC’s Morning Joe today, Steven Rattner presented charts on President Trump’s tax reform proposal. While many details were left unresolved, we learned enough to know that it would favor business, increase the national debt substantially and hurt badly residents … Continue reading
On Morning Joe today, Steven Rattner presented new data on higher incomes in 2016, especially for women, but still huge income inequalities persist. For charts, click here.
On Morning Joe today, Steven Rattner explained how President Trump has been doing a lot of bragging on Twitter and in interviews about his economic accomplishments, but the evidence suggests that he doesn’t have that much to boast about – … Continue reading
On today’s Morning Joe, I discussed how Trump keeps touting his economic stewardship but recent data show that the so called “Trump bump” is fading. For charts, click here.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner discussed how Republicans are trying to cut deficits by axing programs for the poor while sparing the elderly. For charts, click here.
On today’s Morning Joe, I discussed the newly-released CBO score of the Senate healthcare bill and how it compares to the previously passed House bill and Obamacare. For charts, click here.
On today’s Morning Joe, Steven Rattner explained how Trump’s proposed Medicaid and disability cuts, as well the Republican healthcare plan, would hurt Trump supporters the most. For charts, click here.
On ABC’s “This Week,” Steve Rattner joined a panel to discuss the politics and policy of the GOP health care bill:
Several Trump Administration officials proclaim that the healthcare plan passed by Republicans in the House would not result in significant numbers of Americans losing their health care. Steven Rattner joined Morning Joe today to explain why they are completely wrong. … Continue reading