Last quote by Robert Reich
Such a vision would only alienate America from the rest of the world, destroying our nation's moral authority abroad and risking everything we love about our country. Unsupervised by people who know what they're doing, Trump and Bannon could also bring the world closer to a nuclear holocaust.feedback
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Quotes by Robert Reich
Jan 25 2017
I don't think anything that Donald Trump is contemplating is going to improve wages.feedback
Jan 25 2017
I think a big infrastructure program not only is good for the economy and good for America in terms of all of the deferred maintenance on so many of our roads and bridges and tunnels and also public transit, but also would generate a lot of jobs and have a big multiplayer effect. President Trump doesn't want to raise the minimum wage. He doesn't want to continue with President Obama's order with regard to ... the overtime threshold that the Labor Department has. He is anti-labor unions. Andrew Puzder ... is very anti-all of worker legislation of a lot of unions.feedback
Jan 25 2017
Donald Trump is treating the world economy as a zero-sum game, the assumption being 'make America first, we win or they win'. He's talking down NATO, the European community. He's making it seem as if trade is really bad for the United States and therefore we are going to put up trade barriers. This is not the kind of talk that will inspire confidence in global markets. And so I don't think this so-called rally, this Trump rally, is going to continue much longer.feedback
Jan 09 2017
The underlying issue here isn't the normal and noble desire to overcome partisanship and promote a peaceful transition of power. It's that Donald Trump became president by lying, demeaning women, denigrating racial and ethnic minorities, denying intelligence reports of foreign intervention in our election, excusing violence against opponents, and undermining the freedom and independence of the press.feedback
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