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Trump Now "Hates" Gary Cohn, Who "May Be Pressured To Leave White House": Report

When Gary Cohn criticized Trump's response to the Charlottesville tragedy, he set off a sequence of events which not only appears to have cost the former Goldman COO his future job as Fed chair, but - according to an overnight report from Reuters - he job as Trump's chief economic advisor. Extending on recent reports from the WSJ that Gary Cohn has lost Trump's good graces in recent days, Reuters focuses on that the newly fraying relationship between U.
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