- Gary Cohn, the former top economic adviser to President Donald Trump, responded to some of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s criticism of Wall Street banks and the Trump administration on Monday.
- At a Reuters event, Cohn disagreed that the tax cuts enacted earlier this year primarily benefitted the wealthy.
- He also said Warren’s argument that post-financial-crisis regulations should be tougher was “naive.”
Gary Cohn, the former top economic adviser to President Donald Trump, responded Monday to some of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s criticisms of the current administration’s policy and Wall Street banks.
Warren repeated during an interview with The New York Times last week that the tax cuts, which Cohn championed, helped corporations save billions of dollars. She also said Goldman Sachs had given Cohn a “pre-bribe” when he joined the Trump administration.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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