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Perhaps the most memorable aspect of Monday's presidential debate from a policy standpoint, was Donald Trump's latest attack on the Fed, and its chair, Janet Yellen. As a reminder, Trump repeated a claim he has made before, saying the economy was in a "big, fat, ugly bubble" and went straight for Yellen when he said: "And we have a Fed that's doing political things. This Janet Yellen of the Fed.
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