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GOP presumptive nominee Donald Trump's economic plan got a little airtime and TLC this morning from Maria Bartiromo on the FOX Business network.
Among the procedural changes the real estate mogul outlined in his interview were:
- Less of a tax cut to the wealthy
- No changes to Social Security (except for cutting down on "fraud, waste, and abuse")
- Treasury debt will only be bought back if the price of the bonds go down
- Minimum wage will increase only if the states agree to it
Later on FOX Business, Stuart Varney asked Money Morning's own Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald, who is tapped regularly for his valuable input by the network, for his thoughts on Trump's economic plans.
"It sounds like he's coming to the 'big-boy table,'" Fitz-Gerald responded, "and he's beginning to realize he's got some sophisticated issues he has to deal with."
Here's Fitz-Gerald's full interview on "Trumponomics":
Is Trump Acting More Presidential? For the majority of election 2016, Donald Trump has adopted an abrasive, confrontational campaign style. This has helped him tap into the anger of many anti-establishment Republicans. His tough rhetoric has sent him surging in the polls, maintaining a sizeable lead over his Republican opponents for much of the race. But now that the primaries and caucuses are nearing an end, Trump seems to think it's time to pare his aggressive tone…