Byron York: ‘No Doubt’ Trump’s Inheriting a ‘Much Better Economy’ than Obama Did in 2009

‘I think Trump comes into office with a lot of popular support for his main campaign agenda’

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YORK: “Well, certainly Democrats and the Obama Administration would say that the economy got a lot better under Barack Obama and Donald Trump gets to inherit a better economy. There is no doubt that Donald Trump is inheriting a much better economy than Barack Obama did in 2009 but we also see a lot of support in the new 'Wall Street Journal' poll out a couple of days ago asking what Americans think is the most important thing that Congress and the new president should do right now. Not a year from now, but right now. And one was — number one was keeping American jobs in the United States. That was basically the platform of the Donald Trump campaign and I think Trump comes into office with a lot of popular support for his main campaign agenda.”

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