Tag: Larry Kudlow

Kudlow: Tax Bill Will Cut Deficit and ‘Pay for Itself’

Economist and CNBC contributor Larry Kudlow praised the GOP’s tax legislation Sunday on New York AM 970 radio’s “The Cats Roundtable,” saying he has “never seen anything” like the response by major corporations to increase wages, bonuses or increasing investments.

Kudlow: Trump Has Ended the War on Business

Sunday, economist Larry Kudlow weighed in on the new tax reform bill, which he said will result in a “3 to 4 percent economic growth as far as the eye can see.” With the new bill, Kudlow said on New York

Kudlow: Trump ‘Ending the War on Business’

In a Sunday appearance on New York AM 970’s “The Cats Roundtable,” economist Larry Kudlow said the economy was “rising” and businesses are doing better because President Donald Trump was “ending the war on business.” “Donald Trump is, in fact, ending

Kudlow: ‘Trump Factor’ Is Powering Strong Economic Gains

Sunday on New York AM 970’s “The Cats Roundtable,” CNBC regular and economist Larry Kudlow credited President Donald Trump for the recent stock market gains and economic growth. “[T]he profit reports continue to exceed expectations and that’s been true for the

Kudlow: Trump’s Tax Plan a ‘Home Run’

Economist Larry Kudlow praised President Donald Trump’s proposed tax plan Sunday, calling it a “home run.” “They’re going with the campaign tax-cut plan that Steve Moore and I and Steve Mnuchin and Steven Miller and others worked on for many

Kudlow: Hillary Is Ignoring JFK’s Tax Plans

Economist and CNBC senior contributor Larry Kudlow spoke Sunday on New York AM 970’s “The Cats Roundtable” about his new book “JFK and the Reagan Revolution: A Secret History of American Prosperity.” In the interview, Kudlow bashed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton

Larry Kudlow: Trump Tax Plan Will Bring ‘Tremendous Movement of Capital and Labor Back to the United States’

You’d see a movement, a tremendous movement, of capital and labor back to the United States, that’s in China and overseas, because we’d have a more hospitable business tax environment. You include immediate deductions for new business investment, and you include repatriation, which is all in Trump’s plan, and you’ve got yourself a powerful incentive to move back to the USA,” said Kudlow.

Ben Carson: ‘Solving Poverty Takes Care of Inequality’

Monday on CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson discussed some of the elements of his economic plan with network co-host Larry Kudlow. Kudlow lamented the lack of economic discussion in the last debate and pointed out the lagging

Listen: CNBC’s Larry Kudlow Hints at U.S. Senate Run

Sunday, CNBC host Larry Kudlow hinted on Sunday radio show “The Cats Roundtable” on AM 970 in New York that he may be declaring a senate run against Connecticut’s Richard Blumenthal. Kudlow told host John Catsimatidis, “I can’t announce it today, there are all kinds

Exclusive — Larry Kudlow On Donald Trump’s Corporate Tax Plan: He’s ‘Spot On’

“I’ve endorsed Donald’s 15 percent corporate tax rate many times,” Kudlow told Breitbart News in a brief interview during a commercial break.

I don’t know all the details about his entire tax program, it’s certainly moving in the right direction lowering rates but specifically on the 15 percent corporate tax rate I have argued for it for several years. And by the way, I happen to think it would grow the economy, attack capital from all over the world—China’s at 25, we’d be at 15, it would easily pay for itself. Easily. I believe it would lower the deficit. Again, I can’t speak for the whole plan—I can speak for the 15 percent corporate tax rate. He’s spot on. And I’m honored that he mentioned me. Honored.” Kudlow’s comments to Breitbart News about Trump come after an exchange in the opening part of the CNBC debate here where co-moderator John Harwood asked Trump extraordinarily contentiously about his tax plan.

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Scott Walker to Meet with Supply-Siders in NYC

For those who genuinely remember former President Ronald Reagan and his administration, supply-side economics was a lynchpin of his presidency, and high-profile supply-side economists like Larry Kudlow, Arthur Laffer, and Stephen Moore were considered key parts of his team.