Weekly Wrap: Twitter, calling out, and building economic policy
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Linette Lopez of Business Insider and John Carney of the Wall Street Journal join Kai Ryssdal to wrap up the week’s business and economic news. On this week’s agenda: President-elect Trump attacking companies and individuals on Twitter, whether plans to stimulate the economy will actually work, and the economic implications of a billionaire president appointing Goldman Sachs employees to his cabinet.
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