How would the removal of Trump from office affect the U.S. economy and the country in general?
Is it true that there would be another financial crisis like the one in 2008?
- Captain LemmyLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
If President’s wielded that much impact on the economy we’d be living under King William Clinton who presided over the strongest economic growth in the last 50 years. In fact, the strongest economic growth since WW2 have all been during Democratic presidencies (Kennedy +5.5%, Johnson +5.2% and Clinton +3.7%). But presidents are merely cheerleaders. If any one party knew the secret sauce to growth they would easily remain in power.
- ZirpLv 78 months ago
wouldn't affect much at all
- OiyLv 68 months ago
It could be a policy change. If Democrat is coming to terms, the money would be used more for social security, not the way to gain more growth. The crisis is coming. But this time it is not subprime or in a property market, it would be a clack in the stock market like the one in 1929.
- thesunLv 68 months ago
Politicians retard economic development..
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- 8 months ago
i dont even experience any of his effects on society. presidents are pointless. like literally