Betsy Woodruff: ‘The Nationalists Are Going To Dominate the Conversation’ Without Gary Cohn

‘Gary Cohn’s departure is the last gasp of the quote unquote — globalists in the White House’

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WOODRUFF: "Cohn’s response to the Charlottesville scandal is going to be a part of his legacy in this White House. Those issues weren’t necessarily part of his portfolio, but when you’re working with a president like Donald Trump and a crisis grips the nation, the way that those Charlottesville protests did, and you’re a White House advisor, the way the president handles those things, whether you like it or not is going to reflect on your legacy. And the other take away is that Gary Cohn’s departure is the last gasp of the quote unquote — globalists in the White House. From the inauguration day, it wasn’t Republicans versus moderates, it wasn’t Tea party versus Jeb Bush types. It was and always has been people who are more interested in the economy, versus economic nationalists. With Gary Cohn leaving, the nationalists are going to dominate the conversation."

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