The Election and the Economy

Steve Moore is an economist and serves as FreedomWorks Senior Economic Contributor. He is also an economic advisor to Donald Trump’s campaign.

Steve co-wrote the new book Fueling Freedom on the importance of energy (gas, oil, coal). Steve said recently, after the allegations of womanizing by the GOP presidential candidate: “I have been asked a dozen times by news reporters over the last week: ‘Do you still support Donald Trump?’ Trump’s recent actions and words have not only left every Republican (and Democrat) offended, but sent many running for the Left’s hills. But, what most are forgetting, at the end of the day, if you believe both candidates are ‘louts,’ why not vote for the lout who won’t destroy our economy and energy industry?”

Steve Moore joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss the economy and the election.

Dr. Jerry Newcombe

Dr. Jerry Newcombe serves as the senior producer and as an on-air host and a columnist for D. James Kennedy Ministries. Jerry has produced or co-produced more than 60 one hour television specials that have aired nationwide. Jerry is the author or co-author of twenty-six books, at least two of which have been bestsellers, George Washington’s Sacred Fire (with Dr. Peter Lillback) and What If Jesus Had Never Been Born? (with Dr. Kennedy) . Jerry has also written Doubting Thomas? The Life and Legacy of Thomas Jefferson (with Mark Beliles). Jerry has appeared on numerous talk shows as a guest, including Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher (4x), Janet Parshall's America, Point of View, the Moody radio network, TBN, the Fox News Channel, the Fox Business Channel, C-Span2's "Book Notes," etc. Jerry hosts a weekly radio program on Christian radio, "GraceFM,", Thursdays, 12-1 PM Eastern time. Jerry is happily married with two children and a grandchild. The Newcombes reside in South Florida.

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