It has been several days since we curated video content from right-of-center Fox Business, and this particular topic seems ever timely. Congressman Joaquin Castro (D-Texas), twin brother of 2020 Democratic hopeful Julian Castro likely got the publicity he wanted for himself and his sibling when he released donor information in a move that some have called ‘dangerous.’ On a day when the markets rallied, and most manufactured home connected stocks rose, Castro’s reveal is our focus this evening.
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· Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq snap back
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· China decries Trump administration’s ban on government business with Huawei
· Broadcom pays $10.7 billion for Symantec’s enterprise unit
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· Equinox, SoulCycle boycott is an ineffective strategy: Anthony Scaramucci
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Forbes Media chairman billionaire Steve Forbes, FOX Business’ Susan Li, former Obama Administration economic adviser Robert Wolf and Fox News contributor Scott Martin discusses the backlash and controversy Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-Texas) faced backlash after tweeting out a list of donors to President Donald J. Trump.
It should be noted that at least one of those outed donors reportedly contributed to Castro, not just President Trump. Some people play both sides of the political aisle, and perhaps the person that did that research for Castro didn’t bother to consider what Democrats those same people gave to as well?
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As a final note for tonight, recall that early this week ‘the sky was falling’ due to China and trade. A recovery began yesterday and continued today. It’s still about 15 months to voting in November 3, 2020. The economy may not be as hot as one would wish, but barring a major war or some calamity, don’t be surprised if it is still doing better than it was in 2016. Good economic policy is good for business and America, regardless of party labels.
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