Don’t buy attacks on Trump’s Fed picks

Don’t buy attacks on Trump’s Fed picks
Herman Cain. FBN video, YouTube

[Ed. – The critics are over-the-top partisan, and they count on the public knowing nothing about these men’s resumes.]

In a tweetstorm Friday, Paul Krugman called Cain a “clown” and Moore “an incompetent, dishonest hack.” Krugman has never met a Republican he didn’t viciously despise and has called the mild-mannered and accomplished Mitt Romney “amoral” and “a dangerous fool.” Even a Good Republican like Romney gets the Krugman smear treatment.

New York magazine’s Jonathan Chait similarly called Cain “an unqualified hack.” Chait, like Krugman, does this to every ­Republican. In 2003, he wrote a piece for The New Republic that began: “I hate President George W. Bush. There, I said it.” …

Start with Cain, whose US Senate campaign I worked on in 2004 and who has extensive experience in economics and finance.

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From 1995 to 1997, he served as chairman of the Federal ­Reserve Bank of Kansas City, having served as deputy chairman for two years before that.

If that’s not relevant experience, what’s the point of the Regional Bank Boards?

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