Mnuchin warns of ’permanent economic damage’ if country doesn’t reopen

Mnuchin warns of ’permanent economic damage’ if country doesn’t reopen

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said America could suffer ’permanent economic damage,’ if we do not reopen the economy soon. He restated the Administration’s commitment to do ’whatever it takes’ to provide economic stimulus. ’We just want to make sure that before we jump back in and spend another few trillion of taxpayers’ money that we want to do it carefully,’ Mnuchin said.

Timothy
Timothy
Ben
Ben 2 weeks

of course it will. any ten year old can figure that out. But 6.2 Trillion to his fav corporations? Essential! Lets get with a bottom up economy, trickle down doesn't work, ever!

Seekster
Seekster 2 weeks

It will get worse before it gets better but it will get better. I think we should be able to recover almost completely before the end of Trump's second term.

Cheri Carter
Cheri Carter 2 weeks

Mnuchin is an idiot. We should be listening to people who know what they are talking about and certainly not anyone in the current Administration. He brought the worst of the worst to his Administration, and the good ones have already quit or he had fired because they wouldn't swear allegiance to him.

Jon
Jon 2 weeks

Lead by example Steve, go get a haircut and eat at a buffet and ill just observe your progress for 2 weeks. We all know he doesn't have to come face to face with infected people everyday from his ivory tower.

michael
michael 2 weeks

"whatever it takes" sooo you'll be taxing the 1% and the companies that pay zero taxes and funneling that money into the lower brackets and small businesses? because money is spent by those at the bottom, money trickles UP, not down.

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