Trump’s message on jobs, economy cuts through

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Donald Trump’s messaging on jobs and the economy have resonated with voters, says Dean Baker, American economist and co-founder of the Center for Economic and Policy Research. Baker says the president successfully skirted responsibility for the country’s response to coronavirus, which has killed in excess of 230,000.

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