We can't wait to see what Donald Trump has to tweet about this. According to Senator Tom Carper of Delaware, White House chief economic adviser, Gary Cohn, recently faked a bad connection to get POTUS off the phone. Baaahaha. Apparently Trump called from Asia in the middle of a meeting of Democratic senators discussing tax reform. After [...]
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A senator told CNN on Wednesday that Gary Cohn, the White House National Economic Council Director, recently used the “bad connection” excuse to end a call with President Trump. Read moreComments
The Hill reports: Sen. Tom Carper (D-De.) said on Wednesday President Trump’s chief economic adviser Gary Cohn told the president he had a bad cell connection as an excuse to stop talking to Trump. “I said to Gary, it was a room where...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House is disputing a Democratic senator's claim that top economic adviser Gary Cohn faked bad reception to get President Donald Trump off the phone. Delaware Sen. Tom Carper said Wednesday in an interviewShow More Summary
White House staffers continue to treat the president like a child. White House economic adviser Gary Cohn faked a bad phone connection in order to fool President Donald Trump into hanging up — because it was the only way to get him to stop talking. Show More Summary
Gary Cohn pretended to have a bad phone connection in order to end a call with Trump earlier this month, a Democratic senator said.
Sen. Tom Carper (D-DE) told CNN that White House adviser Gary Cohn took a call from President Trump during a discussion with Democratic senators about tax reform. Said Carper: “Gary gets up and takes a call on his cellphone, comes [...
Donald Trump called from Asia while Sen. Tom Carper (D-DE) was in a tax plan meeting with Gary Cohn. Carper told CNN that as he was trying to discuss the tax plans with Trump's economic team, he told Cohn to end the long-winded callShow More Summary
US Senator Tom Carper (D-DE) told CNN that White House's chief economic adviser Gary Cohn wanted to get off the phone with a long-winded Trump, so Cohn pretended to have a bad connection. The white lie was Carper's idea, who was in a meeting about tax reform with Cohn, members of the administration, and moderate Democrats. Show More Summary
Gary Cohn is one of the gators Trump brought in to fill the swamp, a delusional, big-mouthed, ex-Goldman Sachs banker who gets to regulate Goldman Sachs. (more…)
“… Sorry Mr. President … We’re losing you … Talk soon …” Click.
White House economic adviser Gary Cohn faked a bad phone connection in order to fool President Donald Trump into hanging up — because it was the only way to get him to stop talking. Sen. Tom Carper (D-DE) told CNN’s Poppy Harlow and John Berman about a conference call with Cohn in which...
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Gary Cohn is Trump’s chief economic adviser but he’s not always eager to talk tax reform with the commander-in-chief. During an interview Wednesday on CNN, Senator Tom Carper (D-DE) said while in a meeting with Cohn, White House director of legislative affairs Marc Short, and a number of moderate Democrats to talk tax reform, Cohn […]
It may sound rude, but it's memorable, and it makes a point. Gary Cohn, Trump’s chief economic adviser, said it and also resaid it more politely: The estate tax is only paid by “rich people with really bad tax planning.”The NYT has an...Show More Summary
Ever since 2012 (see "How The Fed's Visible Hand Is Forcing Corporate Cash Mismanagement") we have warned that as a result of the Fed's flawed monetary policy and record low rates, corporations have been incentivized not to invest in...Show More Summary
White House economy adviser Gary Cohn appeared perplexed this week when a room full of CEOs said that the Trump administration’s tax plan wouldn’t inspire them to increase capital investments, but experts say that their reluctance to say they would should come at no surprise at all. Show More Summary
President Trump's top economic adviser, Gary Cohn, looked out from the stage at a sea of CEOs and top executives in the audience Tuesday for the Wall Street Journal's CEO Council meeting. As Cohn sat comfortably onstage, a Journal editor asked the crowd to raise their hands if their company plans to invest more if the tax reform bill passes. Show More Summary