700 economists can have 7000 opinions but all are agreed on one thing: four more years of Trump would be disastrous
More than 700 economists, inc. 7 Nobel Prize winners, are urgently warning against the reelection of Trump, citing what they describe as a "sustained assault" on democracy, a fumbled response to the pandemic and the spread of "dangerous misinformation."
Nearly 700 economists, including seven Nobel winners, are warning against the reelection of President Trump, citing what they describe as a "sustained assault" on democracy, a bumbled response to the pandemic and the spread of "dangerous misinformation."
A letter from 700 economists including 7 Nobel winners: “In just one term in office, Donald Trump has rendered the United States unrecognizable, and has faced no consequences for doing so.”
Nearly 700 economists, including seven Nobel winners, are warning against the reelection of President Trump, citing what they describe as a "sustained assault" on democracy, a bumbled response to the pandemic and the spread of "dangerous misinformation."
Nearly 700 economists, including seven Nobel Prize winners, are urgently warning against Trump’s reelection, citing what they describe as a "sustained assault" on democracy, a bumbled response to the pandemic and the spread of "dangerous misinformation."
I have signed only two open letters in my career - this one and another one like it four years ago.
I signed this open letter because this entire administration and all their enablers are despicable. The most egregious violations of basic decency for me are: 1) kidnapping and caging children at the southern border, a crime against humanity