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On Wednesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) told FOX News' "Your World" that the United States is currently experiencing the "worst economy since World War II."
The senator went on to explain that the country's slow economic recovery of late is due to the regulatory regime in the White House.
And, to an extent, McConnell is right: The U.S. economy is growing at a paltry 3%. And it's been at that lagging pace for a decade now - an economic crawl not seen since 1930.
But yesterday, Money Morning's Keith Fitz-Gerald, a 34-year seasoned market analyst who's sick of politicians playing their endless "blame games," told Neil Cavuto what the "fellas" in Congress really should be doing to turn the U.S. economy around.
Watch the video to see what Fitz-Gerald had to say: