The Hill
The Hill 1 Aug 2020

The Week: GOP Warning Against Stimulus Spending Debunked, Amazon Exposed In Testimony


Professor of Economics, Stephanie Kelton, debunks common rebuttals from the GOP caucus on proposed stimulus bill spending. Research Director at The American Liberties Project, Matt Stoller weighs in on tech CEOs congressional testimonies on anti-trust laws. Author of Break' Em Up: Recovering our freedom from big ad, big tech, big money Zephyr Teachout discusses how the Biden administration could amend anti-trust laws.

The Week: Michigan Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist discusses Joe Biden's campaign strategy in The Great Lakes State. HuffPost political reporter, Daniel Marans, explains how Donald Trump's trickle-down system is hurting his re-election efforts among economically vulnerable voters. Author of, "They're Not Listening: How The Elites Created The National Populist Revolution," weighs in on how he thinks Republicans could still win the presidential election.
The Week: Editor-in-Chief of Gallup, Mohamed Younis, weighs in on voters wanting a third party. Co-Founding Editor of The Intercept, Glenn Greenwald, explains why Democratic leaders may not really believe the things they've blasted President Trump for over the last four years. Washington Post economics reporter, Jeff Stein, breaks down September jobs numbers and discusses the latest developments concerning stimulus negotiations.
The Week: Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti look back at their favorite moments from interviews with Senator Bernie Sanders on the youth vote, Washington Post White House Economics Reporter, Jeffrey Stein, on stimulus negotiations and the Executive Editor at The American Prospect, David Dayen on universal healthcare needs.
A look at the week's top photos from around the globe.

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