Larry Kudlow: TV pundit to replace Gary Cohn as Trump’s top economic adviser

Conservative commentator was chosen from a short-list of just one candidate for one of the most powerful posts in the administration Out with the Goldman Sachs banker and in with the TV show anchor. On Wednesday Donald Trump was preparing to announce that CNBC host and conservative commentator Larry Kudlow would replace Gary Cohn as director of the White House’s National Economic Council. Kudlow, 70, best known as a CNBC commentator and outspoken proponent of free trade and low taxes, is in many ways a contradictory fit with Trump’s “America First” agenda. Continue reading… source: #Headlines by: Edward Helmore in New York

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