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'We are in a bubble': Trump says the Federal Reserve has made the economy unstable

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is going after Janet Yellen again, claiming that the Fed is creating an investment bubble. During the first presidential debate, Trump claimed that the economy is having "it's worst recovery since the Great Depression" and that nothing in the country is healing after the financial crisis. Additionally, Trump said that due to record low interest rates from the Federal Reserve the country's economy is "in a very big bubble," with debt increasing while the "only thing going up right now is stocks.
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