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Kudlow’s Best and Worst Calls, From No 2007 Recession to Trump Bump

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Trump Says 'I'm Looking at Larry Kudlow Very Strongly" to Replace Cohn

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U.S. President Donald Trump says he is “very strongly” considering hiring CNBC commentator Larry Kudlow as the director of his National Economic Council, replacing Gary Cohn. Kudlow told the Wall Street Journal that he accepted Trump’s job offer and that an announcement could come Thursday.

Kudlow’s media career, including a column called “Kudlow’s Corner,” leaves a long trail of forecasts for the U.S. economy, some of which proved accurate and others that fell short. He’s supported much of Trump’s agenda but criticized some key elements of it.