Posted 44 days ago
President Donald Trump's Oval Office address this week condemning political violence and the Jan. 6 storming of the Capitol came a bit too late for White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow's liking.
"I was hoping that he would come out quickly and make statements calling everybody back and stopping the violence," White House National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow told The Wall Street Journal, adding the president's criticism of Vice President Mike Pence left Kudlow "very disappointed in the president."
Trump has maintained he wanted peaceful protests – and did tell his rally supporters to go home on the day of the demonstration that left five dead – but Kudlow has taken issue with the president rejecting the election results because... (Read more)
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