Speaking truth to power

According to The New York Times, Kudlow said, “The president likes me as a media communicator, so I will be happy to oblige.”

May 4, 2018 00:07
Economic analyst Larry Kudlow appears on CNBC at the New York Stock Exchange on March 7, 2018

Economic analyst Larry Kudlow appears on CNBC at the New York Stock Exchange on March 7, 2018. (photo credit: BRENDAN MCDERMID/REUTERS)


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ONE OF the key foundations of democracy is under assault, in Israel and the US. It is the ability of experts to speak truth to power and the willingness of political leaders to listen to what they say.

In the US, President Donald Trump appointed Larry Kudlow as head of his National Economic Council. Kudlow thus becomes a key architect of US economic policy.


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