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Adam Michel: Wage Growth for Lower-Income Americans Is Double That Of The Rich

Adam Michel: Wage Growth for Lower-Income Americans Is Double That Of The Rich


AdamMichel showed up on CNN’s Erin Burnett OutFront on May 28, 2019, to dispute whether the tax obligation cuts had a substantial effect on the economic climate.
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9 COMMENTS

David Nickerson - posted on May 29, 2019 1:50 pm

Cheap ho central, who watches this shit???

marianne dawes - posted on May 29, 2019 1:50 pm

Tariffs are costing me nothing, because I don‘t buy stuff made in China. Stop trying to snow us, fake news.

Benjamin Ruckman - posted on May 29, 2019 2:07 pm

Hey, I have an idea!! No income taxes period. @heritage why are you showing us crap?? I believe Trump over CNN every time. CNN proven liers, Trump proven honest.

vens b - posted on May 29, 2019 2:09 pm

This is a revolution against China stealing America's IP (Intellectual Properties") and not about cheap T-shirt, and cheap TV. This is ABOUT OUR CHILDREN AND THE NEXT GEN. ….MADE IN CHINA 2025 is a threat to America……. WAKE UP AMERICA AND DON'T LISTEN TO THIS JIHAD FINANCED CNN NETWORK

Ellen Gran - posted on May 29, 2019 2:11 pm

Due to Trump tax cut and spendings, US national debt is now 1 trillion a year = almost 3100 dollars pr person.
In other words, Trump takes 3000 from every person, gives himself and his buddies tens of thousands, and
gives the working people 1400 dollars back. This is how a casino works !
Regarding wage growth : According to Labour departments statistics, real wages are increasing.

lavender cobalt - posted on May 29, 2019 4:37 pm

CNN is going bankrupt and everyone know is. Why show them here.

Glenn Goryl - posted on May 31, 2019 6:00 pm

Very one-sided.

Roy - posted on June 15, 2019 11:14 am

Adam's economic degree was from Trump University

Sol Edelson - posted on August 25, 2019 1:34 am

I am the CEO of a major manufacturing company. Mr. Trump and the trickle downers gave my company 10 billion dollars in tax relief. So what do I do now? Do I keep the money, by back stocks, invest in my company? I know, I will upgrade my production capacity by investing in the latest robotic technology and downsize my worker force. I don't know why the belief that it's high production that makes a strong economy is so prevalent among supposedly intelligent people. If production drives GDP it's the consumer that drives production. And the consumer usually does it with credit. Debt eventually catches up with you. When the consumer runs out of credit watch out. Trickle up (higher wages, affordable health care, affordable higher education, livable minimum wage and so on) works to create a healthy economy, trickle down simply increases the wealth gap. STOP TRICKLING ON ME!!


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