There was Kennedy, there was Reagan, there’s Trump . . .

First two cut taxes and promised growth. How did that work out?

Post-Kennedy: “The U.S. economy grew by roughly 5% yearly for nearly eight years.”

Post-Reagan: “The American economy grew mostly between 4% and 5% percent annually for over 25 years.”


This past week, Mr. Trump went a long way toward joining [Kennedy and Reagan] ranks. Speaking before the Economic Club of New York, he delivered a positive, optimistic growth message that falls squarely inside the JFK-Reagan model.

Read the rest, from Lawrence Kudlow.

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