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Trump's biggest economic goal once looked like a slam dunk — but now it's looking like it may fall just short

Business Insider Tuesday, 26 February 2019
Trump's biggest economic goal once looked like a slam dunk — but now it's looking like it may fall just short· President Donald Trump and his top economic officials promised US GDP growth could sustainably hit or exceed 3%.
· But according to Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, the central bank's projections show that 2018 GDP growth will come in just shy of Trump's promise.
· The Fed and Wall Street economists also project GDP...
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President Trump is known for making extravagant promises and never following through; his most recent being that US GDP growth could realistically hit or exceed 3%. However, according to Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, the central bank's projections show that 2018 GDP growth will fall short...

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