Biden’s Director Of The National Economic Council Breaks Down Biden’s Economic Intentions

Biden's Director Of The National Economic Council Breaks Down Biden's Economic Intentions 1


Watch upcoming Director of the National Economic Council, Brian Deese join Stephanie Ruhle to break down the Biden administration's economic intentions and what he's walking into when he starts the job in January. Aired on 12/22/2020.
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Biden's Director Of The National Economic Council Breaks Down Biden's Economic Intentions

55 Comments on "Biden’s Director Of The National Economic Council Breaks Down Biden’s Economic Intentions"


    • @Johnte Price The overwhelming majority of Americans voted for Trump and this is why the American people would never accept a fraudulent Biden presidency 🎶

    • @The Tweatles ok, Trump planted this in your minds months before the election. He said on the campaign trail that the only way he loses is by fraud. All of you hit that like a bass bitting a worm. When he lost, you already knew that was the argument to take because he told you to. The fraud is mainly because there were dumps of mail in ballots. It’s not a surprise that mail in ballots favor Biden over Trump when Trump told you all to vote in person. Therefore it’s not a surprise that a spike in Biden votes come in AFTER day votes are counted.

    • Beverly Martin | December 22, 2020 at 3:19 PM | Reply

      Please vote Blue Georgia. You have seen what the Republicans wanted to do to your presidential votes..Its the countries only hope.

    • Beverly Martin | December 22, 2020 at 3:21 PM | Reply

      @The Tweatles No- There is 80 million of us supporting Democracy and the Consttution..And we are true blue. Support the USA..

    • @Beverly Martin It’s all coming down to the American people vs the left Beverly 🎶

  2. catherine billane | December 22, 2020 at 1:23 PM | Reply

    Please Georgia vote Blue on January 5th 2021. Make America Better Again

  3. If Democrats don’t take the Senate, Biden will only have wishful thinking and executive action. I hope they do

    • @KAY BROWN There will be a new Treasury Secretary with the Biden Admin on the 20th of Jan.

    • @Paul Anderson were talking about the senator Joe Manchin not Steve M. Treasury Secretary. Joe is a Republican posing as a den from west Virginia.

    • @KAY BROWN Ah! that guy. still if Georgia Goes DEM leadership will change. Fingers crossed.

    • That is Biden’s dream scenario. Being able to blame inaction on a GOP controlled Senate. Buckle up for 2021. More pandemic, suffering, & struggle coming to America.

    • @Matt Boswell Exactly right! I knew it when he got the nomination. He’s a moderate Republican at best.

  4. economy under bush 2nd term: we are in a major recession.

    economy under trump’s 1st term (which is about 10x worse than bush’s 2nd term) : we are just going through a little rough patch, that’s all.


    • Oh No! You must not have been listening, trump says he has the” greatest” economy ever seen!
      Stock market is making his buddies richer. Hey maga’s,
      go cash out of your stocks NOW!,

    • The economy was at an all time high under Trump before Covid 19. Thanks to China. But Democrats seem to defend China like they aren’t the ones responsible for the world’s impact right now.

  5. is this OAN news?!!!!……this girl is so freaking negative!!!!……lady they wont fix the mess the outgoing govt is leaving behind!!! in 1 month!

  6. Impeached loser bunker baby tRump | December 22, 2020 at 1:32 PM | Reply

    I predict a recession/depression in the new year not seen since the Great Depression of 1929. Courtesy of Bankruptcy King, Donald tRump!

    • @mark Evans
      Hilarious Chubakov
      I’m here just for the Cumrade comedy you provide there little Smirnoff

    • @Red jam 611 But Russia but Russia but Russia

    • @mark Evans
      Hey Pavlov skabeeva
      Don’t be ashamed of your motherland Cumrade 😂

    • America was already in “low growth” 2.3% GDP growth in 2019. Definitely going to be limping through 2021 even with vaccines. I didn’t understand the weak $600 as these folks would have spent any reasonable amount like $1200+ and that is consumer spending. Good for everyone. Hopefully the down payment will be succeeded by much more after Jan 20 and people who were holding onto cash savings (ex: white collar remote workers) will rebound and spend this coming year. But I think most of the G7 will be in recession for 2021-22 in the best case. Too much economic damage done by Covid not just another recession.

    • Brendan Brogren | December 22, 2020 at 4:36 PM | Reply

      @Mark Schattner mess is not even close to the dumpster fire shitshow plus additional sabotage on his way out the door. Trump is a traitor to the US and the constitution.

  7. Tony Castaneda | December 22, 2020 at 1:46 PM | Reply

    The middle class should not pay for the Rich tax break

    • @John h Palmer I don’t live in bama you assume that

    • @Dale hauk OK, sorry, I thought you were saying you lived on Alabama when it was someone else, but the point still remains.

    • @Dale hauk Who mentioned BLM ?

    • @Direnova you did

    • @Samantha Boyer – You are correct. Trickle down has resulted in wealth so large, that it cannibalizes both the economy and the government. Just last year (2019), financial assets gaining 5% to 7% annually for their owners, was greater than $90 trillion. The economy on the other hand, as measured by GDP, was about $21.5 trillion. Just the capital gains from financial assets in 2019 equaled over 20% of GDP (calculated at 5%, the capital gains are $4.5 trillion). The stress on the economy is so large now, that bailouts and tax breaks must be given so that financial asset holders are protected.

      I grew up learning that one had to earn their living, that no one was entitled to free money. Yet profits and capital gains from “invested” wealth are far greater than the productive economy can afford to pay. It is quite apparent to me that wealth is no longer earned, it has become an entitlement.

  8. Consider two main sticking points that had prevented a deal for several months: Democrats wanted aid for state and local governments, which both red and blue jurisdictions have pleaded for. This would prevent more layoffs of teachers, firefighters, paramedics, police officers, hospital employees, sanitation workers and others. (Since February, 1.3 million public-sector jobs have been eliminated.) Meanwhile, Republicans demanded that businesses not face consequences if employees became ill with covid-19 due to unsafe working conditions. Which of these policies seems more pro-Forgotten Man to you?

  9. What is this thing with starting all replies with “Look”? I remember Australian politicians doing it years ago and it was bloody irritating then!

  10. Deborah Chandler | December 22, 2020 at 2:24 PM | Reply

    We need Mitch OUT, democrats have to take the senate or all Americans lose!!

  11. Christer Jervhall | December 22, 2020 at 2:26 PM | Reply

    Good that this reporter is challanging on wealth inequality.

  12. Collin Stanton | December 22, 2020 at 2:38 PM | Reply

    The only reason any money has been tabled to help people is because of the upcoming senate elections.

  13. 🙏 WARNOCK 🙏
    🙏 OSSOFF 🙏

  14. this guy does not sound believable , I do not trust what he is saying

    Talking points

  15. Stephanie, please invite your mother to guide the incoming government.

  16. This gentleman did well. Challenges are all about but one has to keep calm and forge ahead.
    Keep the Faith.

  17. If the GOP takes the senate, we’ll have to rely on Public pressure. And there’s always an election coming up.

  18. I Know Nothing | December 22, 2020 at 4:14 PM | Reply

    She a straight corporate influencers asking more money for Military Industrial complex.
    Job creation code for more corporate tax breaks.

  19. Optimism is a cute sentiment–like watching a kid toss a penny in a wishing well.

  20. geoffrey keating | December 22, 2020 at 4:42 PM | Reply

    Biden right man for our time , hopefully American’s will see advantage giving him senate ,fix 😡 Pumpkins mess 🔥

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