If we read a lot in economics we'd at first guess more likely than not he'd do some damage through disrupting trade, which would have mixed effects, and be partly compensated for. But.....but that would require presuming he'd do what he said he'd do.
I don't make that presumption. I think he changes his course of action routinely, modifying it as he goes along. Which....is actually a good thing.
So, a plausible outcome is he won't have much affect one way or another.
But, that isn't the only plausible outcome. With enough serious mistakes, he could help do some damage, if he could sway enough people to make Congress go along with him.
But I think that Congress will offset that side pretty well.
So I expect that under Trump the economy will go *just exactly like it would with Hillary*.
Like this --> just the same as it has been, wages on the bottom continuing to be low and life for those people hard...
...due to the pressure of increasing competition from machines, automation, software. Just as now.
Answered: December 03, 2016 by administrator