38 Facts About Larry Kudlow

1. Larry Kudlow laid down a smokescreen thick enough to blind Fox viewers to the facts, of course.

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2. Larry Kudlow came on to promote Donald's massive tax cuts for the wealthy, which the CBO calculated would add at least 1.4 trillion dollars to the deficit.

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3. Larry Kudlow will likely welcome the plan to prioritize tax cuts over practically any other change in the budget, devised by Tom Price, the nominee for Health and Human Services secretary.

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4. Larry Kudlow is like the human version of that napkin on which Arthur Laffer sketched his signature policy idea, that raising taxes reduces government revenue.

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5. Larry Kudlow is known for his support for tax cuts and deregulation.

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6. Larry Kudlow began his career as  junior financial analyst at the New York Federal Reserve.

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7. Larry Kudlow is an American financial analyst and former television personality.

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8. Larry Kudlow began his career as a junior financial analyst at the New York Federal Reserve.

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9. Larry Kudlow became so drunk with talking points he used Nancy Reagan's horrendous and failed "Just Say No To Drugs" slogan to tell Varney and China to "just say yes" to Trump on trade.

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10. Larry Kudlow worked at American news television channel, CNBC from 2001 to 2018 and was known for anchoring several shows during his time at the firm.

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11. Larry Kudlow began his journey to stardom at the New York Federal Reserve as a junior financial analyst.

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12. Larry Kudlow has worked on media outlets like Wall Street Journal, Washington Times, the Cato Journal, City Journal and many more.

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13. Under the Ronald Reagan Administration, Larry Kudlow was the associate director for economics and planning in the US Office of Management and Budget.

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14. Larry Kudlow began his career in finance and economics with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

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15. Larry Kudlow is the founder and CEO of Kudlow and Company, an economic research and consulting firm.

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16. Larry Kudlow expressed an interest on January 29, 2010, in the Senate seat occupied by Charles Schumer.

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17. Larry Kudlow rejoined the administration of Ronald Reagan as an associate director in the year 1981.

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18. Larry Kudlow registered at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs of the Princeton University to study politics and economics, in 1971.

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19. Larry Kudlow is a charismatic and articulate American television commentator economic issues.

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20. Larry Kudlow said the dinner in Buenos Aires presents an opportunity to "turn the page" on the trade war with China.

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21. Larry Kudlow declined to comment on whether China had made offers of concessions.

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22. Larry Kudlow said there were no scheduled talks on the ground for their advisers.

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23. Larry Kudlow joined Sarah Huckabee Sanders to help field questions from the White House press corps Tuesday.

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24. Larry Kudlow says China 'ought to' take Trump seriously, voices skepticism over trade deal.

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25. Larry Kudlow tried to sound optimistic as he discussed the talks for about an hour at the White House.

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26. On June 11, 2018, Larry Kudlow suffered what the White House referred to as a "very mild" heart attack.

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27. Larry Kudlow firmly denied that the United States would enter a recession in 2007, or that it was in the midst of a recession in early to mid-2008.

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28. In 1993, Larry Kudlow predicted that Bill Clinton's tax increases would dampen economic growth.

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29. Larry Kudlow began his career as a staff economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, taking a position "as a junior economist in a job.

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30. In 1970, while he was still a Democrat, Larry Kudlow joined Joseph Duffey's "New Politics" senatorial campaign in Connecticut.

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31. Larry Kudlow served as one of a rotating set of hosts on the CNBC show America Now, which began airing in November 2001.

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32. In 1987, Larry Kudlow was hired by Bear Stearns as its chief economist and senior managing director.

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33. In 1971, Larry Kudlow attended Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, where he studied politics and economics.

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34. Larry Kudlow graduated from University of Rochester in Rochester, New York, with a degree in history in 1969.

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35. Larry Kudlow attended the private Elisabeth Morrow School in Englewood, New Jersey until 6th grade.

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36. Larry Kudlow began his career as a junior financial analyst at the New York Federal Reserve.

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37. Larry Kudlow says the Cabinet was not asked to draw up trade plan for China.

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38. Larry Kudlow said he was surprised with the strength of the jobs report when he received it Thursday.

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