Bill McGurn: When GOP Bets on Immigration, That’s Passive But They Should Be Taking Credit for ‘Roaring Economy’

‘They did give us this roaring economy and I think they should take credit for it’

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MCGURN: "Look, the tax bill when it was passed was unpopular in a sense that there was a 20-point gap in the average approval or disapproval. That's narrowed as Republicans thought it'd as the economy gets better but it's never had this majority approval. So Mrs. Pelosi has been more with the public sentiment partly because she is shaping it by attacking it every day. And I -- I think when the Republicans bet on immigration, something down there, that’s -- that's sort of passive because they aren’t doing anything on that. They -- they did give us this roaring economy and I think they should take credit for it."

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