Gary Cohn's A 'Globalist,' But I Still Like Him

Gary Cohn's A 'Globalist,' But I Still Like Him

President TrumpDonald John TrumpAccuser says Trump should be afraid of the truth Woman behind pro-Trump Facebook page denies being influenced by Russians Shulkin says he has White House approval to root out "subversion" at VA MORE's import tariffs on metal and the possibility of retaliation from other nations has reportedly caused some fund managers to reduce their holdings of domestic stock and consider global opportunities. "He's been terrific. He may be a globalist, but I still like him", Trump says at a Cabinet meeting. Trump's chief economic adviser Gary Cohn - a fervent supporter of free trade - resigned earlier this week after Trump announced his tariffs. There's no question. In his own way, but you know what, he's a nationalist.

The phrase is also used by far right circles as stand-in for anti-Semitic slurs.

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"As a right-wing conservative and founding member of the Freedom Caucus, I never expected that the coworker I would work closest, and best, with at the White House would be a 'globalist, '" he said in wishing Cohn well.

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Trump, in a move last week that surprised many of his top advisers, called for stiff tariffs on the import of steel and aluminum. But, seriously, on behalf of all of us, I want to thank Gary.

He indicated that the order could be tailored to exclude certain countries and give him the power to raise and lower the percentages on individual countries at will.

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"We're going to have sensible relations with our allies", he told CNBC, claiming that Mr Trump's policy was well "thought through".

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