In response to recently being asked whether Donald Trump's tariffs could jeopardize the strong U.S. economic growth, Larry Kudlow, the president's top economic advisors, said over the weekend, 'Oh, it might, I don't deny that.'
While talking with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday, Kudlow said no harm has befallen the economy quite yet, but added that the tariffs need to be kept an eye on should they jeopardize the progress at the labor market and economy.
Most economists estimate the tariffs will cause a net loss in U.S. jobs since more people are employed in industries that rely on steel and aluminum than are employed in the metals industries.
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