WASHINGTON – Us president Donald Trump, tv commentator and economic analyst Larry Kudlow chosen as the new economic top advisor of the White House, reported Us media Wednesday. Kudlow replaces the recently opgestapte Gary Cohn.
CNBC said that the announcement of the decision by Trump already on Thursday, could come. Spokeswoman of the White House, Sarah Sanders, told reporters that Trump Tuesday with Kudlow (70) has spoken, but she did not confirm to him the job had offered. Kudlow himself that Trump him the job had offered and that he has adopted.
The appointment of Kudlow as the director of the National Economic Council is not a big surprise. Trump said Tuesday at reporters that Kudlow, a Republican in the eighties as an economic adviser to former president Ronald Reagan served, and also on Wall Street worked, a “great opportunity” to Cohn to replace.