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The Conspiracy Theory You Probably Didn't Notice At Monday's Debate

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump lashed out at the Federal Reserve in Monday’s debate. The U.S. central bank, which operates independently, sets target interest rates and is a crucial financial regulator. Trump said the chair of the Fed, Janet Yellen, is artificially propping up the economy and pushing the nation into a stock market bubble. He insinuated that Yellen is holding the rate until President Barack Obama leaves office, in order to help swing the election for Democrats.
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