President Donald Trump is to nominate Stephen Moore, his former campaign adviser and one of the co-authors of Trumponomics, to serve as a governor of the Federal Reserve.
The steadfast conservative is a prominent critic of the Fed and its current chair Jerome Powell, and is a loyal supporter of president Trump’s domestic policy agenda. If Moore makes it through his confirmation hearings, the president will have gained a political loyalist in the Fed’s policy discussions heading into the 2020
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