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The big rumor — emphasis on the word “rumor” — ahead of President Donald Trump’s trip to Phoenix for a campaign rally tonight is that he might issue a pardon for Joe Arpaio, the controversial former sheriff of Maricopa County.
Jacob Rothschild has aggressively minimized his exposure to what he views as a risky U.S. capital market. Rothschild is the founder and chairman of Rit Capital Partners. In the half-year financial report for Rit Capital Partners, Rothschild explained the companies significant exposure reduction to U.S. assets.
Rothschild stated, “We do not believe this is an appropriate time to add to risk. Share prices have in many cases risen to unprecedented levels at a time when economic growth is by no means assured. ”
Rothschild also gave his opinion that he believes quantitative easing programs employed by central banks, such as the Federal Reserve Bank in the U.S. will no longer be implemented. Rothschild was quoted in the written report as saying, “The period of monetary accommodation may well be coming to an end.”
The British investment banking veteran has significantly reduced the amounts of investment Rit Capital Partners has in the U.S. dollar. On December 31, 2016, Rit Capital Partners reported a 62 percent net value asset investment in U.S. dollars. In the latest report released by Rit Capital Partners on June 30, 2017, the company has a 37 percent net value asset investment in U.S. dollars.
National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn claimed that militant “anti-fascists” (or “antifa”) are just concerned citizens “standing up for equality and freedom” in a Financial Times interview that ran Friday.
“Citizens standing up for equality and freedom can never be equated with white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and the KKK,” Cohn said of the recent violence at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville. “I believe this administration can and must do better in consistently and unequivocally condemning these groups and do everything we can to heal the deep divisions that exist in our communities.”
Cohn’s comments were a clear shot at President Trump, who took heat in the media for acknowledging that “both sides” engaged in the violence in Charlottesville.
Cohn drew no distinctions between peaceful counter-protesters and militant groups whose stated political goals go well beyond inflicting violence upon white supremacists. (RELATED: In Their Own Words: The Radical Political Goals Of ‘Anti-Fascists’)
As The Daily Caller has reported, “anti-fascist” groups are open about the fact that they aren’t interested in protecting America’s system of government — they’re interested in destroying it.