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Top Trump Aide Denies Recession Rumbles as Stocks Tumble
Kudlow: ‘I don’t even remotely agree’ with downturn warnings

Lawrence Kudlow, President Donald Trump's chief economic adviser, says there is nothing to worry about with the economy. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

U.S. stock markets continued to drop sharply on Tuesday, but the chief economic adviser to President Donald Trump insists the economy is not headed for a recession.

“I don’t even remotely agree with that,” Lawrence Kudlow told reporters when asked if he agrees with some top financial firms that the American economy is primed for a major slowdown after steady growth under President Barack Obama and faster growth under the Trump administration.

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