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03/06/2018: Tariffs have winners and losers

03/06/2018: Tariffs have winners and losers

Mar 6, 2018

And today, Gary Cohn is one of the losers. He spent a year and a couple of months as the head of the National Economic Council, a free-trade Democrat in a populist Republican White House. He announced today he's leaving…

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The three richest American musicians are all rappers

by Kai Ryssdal and Phoebe Unterman Mar 6, 2018
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And today, Gary Cohn is one of the losers. He spent a year and a couple of months as the head of the National Economic Council, a free-trade Democrat in a populist Republican White House. He announced today he’s leaving the White House. We’ll talk about what it means and what’s next for economic policy in the Trump administration. Then, keeping with that theme, what does Trump mean when he says we’re “losing” on trade? That’s not what a trade deficit means. Plus: The three richest American musicians all came from hip-hop. We’ll talk about the “Three Kings,” Dr. Dre, Jay Z and Diddy. 

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Been Around the World (feat. The Notorious B.I.G. & Mase) Diddy, The Family, The Notorious B.I.G., Mase
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