On Fox News Sunday, panelist Jonah Goldberg attempted to rebut the argument that President Trump’s economic growth has not been enough to balance the federal budget. The proposition that the Trump plan has been insufficient is absurd, because it ignores the fact that the policy is insufficient to achieve the stated goal of fully funded government spending. The tax bill deficit is unacceptable, but since it is not enough to achieve the stated goal of fully funded government spending, all budget gimmicks pale in comparison to a dream that is far from real.

Professor of History at Columbia University, David B. Jasinski, shares his view on the profligacy of the Bush era, and why Republican efforts to remedy it are flawed.

Click here to watch “Why Do My Fellow Republicans Make Excuses for Trump’s Deficits?”

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In this segment, panelist Jonah Goldberg attempts to rebut the argument that President Trump’s economic growth has not been enough to balance the federal budget. The proposition that the Trump plan has been insufficient is absurd, because it ignores the fact that the policy is insufficient to achieve the stated goal of fully funded government spending. The tax bill deficit is unacceptable, but since it is not enough to achieve the stated goal of fully funded government spending, all budget gimmicks pale in comparison to a dream that is far from real.

Professor of History at Columbia University, David B. Jasinski, shares his view on the profligacy of the Bush era, and why Republican efforts to remedy it are flawed.

Click here to watch “Why Do My Fellow Republicans Make Excuses for Trump’s Deficits?”

Please note that some language used in this video may be offensive to some readers.

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