Ignore the Fed, Trump Might Hurt U.S. Economy – Statista, Moodys Analytics

The American public is just 2 months away from voting for their next President, and it is important to understand how each candidate’s economic policy will affect the country.

Will Hillary Clinton become the first women President of the United States, or will billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump get Republicans back in the oval office in November?

Based on Statista’s latest chart, which looked at Moody Analytics’ latest report entitled “The Macroeconomic Consequences of Mr. Trump’s Economic Policies.”

The report looked the potential effect a victory would have on the U.S. economy for each candidate.

“They predict that if Clinton wins the White House and her proposals get pushed through, the U.S. economy will be stronger for and more competitive,” the statistical portal’s Niall McCarthy wrote Wednesday. “However, a Trump victory would weaken the economy significantly and send the send it into recession between 2018 and 2020.”

Infographic: How Trump & Clinton's Economic Policies Might Pan Out | Statista 

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