This sounds like a rationale for more gold price suppression by the U.S.


Fed May Bow to Trump's Call for Rate Cuts If Inflation Softens

By Rich Miller
Bloomberg News
Sunday, April 7, 2019

With his call for lower interest rates, President Donald Trump has weighed into a debate inside the Federal Reserve about what central bankers should do about sub-par inflation. It’s not totally crazy to think he’ll eventually carry the day.

In advocating easier credit, Trump and senior economic adviser Larry Kudlow have harped on the paucity of inflation to justify their call for a change of course by the central bank, even with the U.S. economy still expanding.

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"The Fed should drop rates," Trump told reporters on Friday after the government reported a larger-than-expected jump in payrolls for March. "They really slowed us down. There's no inflation." ...

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