Joe Biden’s plan would create 7 million more jobs than Trump, according to one economic forecast



Joe Biden wearing a suit and tie: REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/File Photo


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  • An economic forecast from Moody’s indicated that a Biden presidency would create 7 million more jobs compared to a second Trump term.
  • “The Moody’s analysis tells us the Biden plan would result in more jobs, a stronger economy, and higher incomes for the middle class,” economics expert Michael Linden said.
  • Household incomes would also rise nearly $5,000 under Biden, but stay unchanged if Trump is reelected to another term.
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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s economic agenda would lead to 7 million more jobs created compared to President Donald Trump’s, according to a new analysis from Moody’s Analytics, a research firm.

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The study, conducted by Mark Zandi and Bernard Yaros, evaluated the economy’s trajectory under four different scenarios. But it found that a Democratic sweep where Biden is elected and Democrats recapture the Senate would

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Where Is Joe Biden On Public Education?

Joe Biden’s education positions have been evolving back and forth across the educational landscape, to the point that one has to ask where, exactly he stands these days.

Candidate Biden offered a plan that stayed well within the Democratic safety zone—affordable college, more pre-K education, funding for IDEA, more diversity in the teacher corps. He skirted the issues of charter schools by stating that money should not go to “for-profit” charters, but there

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If Joe Biden Wins, Who Could Be the Next Secretary of Education?


With election season very much upon us, a question is on the minds of higher education leaders. If former Vice President Joe Biden wins the presidency, who would he choose for secretary of education?

Last year, Biden promised his pick would be an educator.

“First thing, as president of United States – not a joke – first thing I will do is make sure that the secretary of education is not Betsy DeVos,” he said at a National Education Association forum for presidential candidates. “It is a teacher. A teacher. Promise.”

As the election draws closer, speaking with education scholars about Biden’s possible picks feels a lot like playing fantasy football. Dr. James Earl Davis,  the Bernard C. Watson Chair in Urban Education and professor of higher education at Temple University, even broke down his list of hopefuls into seven different categories: experienced policy leaders,

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Tom Cotton Says Joe Biden ‘Will Continue to Send Jobs to China’ if Elected

Republican Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas said Democratic nominee Joe Biden would “continue to send our jobs to China” if he were to win the November 3 election as President Donald Trump’s campaign team attacked their rival over his record on the country.



Tom Cotton wearing a suit and tie talking on a cell phone: Sen. Tom Cotton speaks to the media after attending a briefing with administration officials on January 8, 2020 in Washington, DC. The Republican said Biden would continue shipping U.S. jobs to China if he is elected president in November.


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Sen. Tom Cotton speaks to the media after attending a briefing with administration officials on January 8, 2020 in Washington, DC. The Republican said Biden would continue shipping U.S. jobs to China if he is elected president in November.

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Appearing on Fox News on Monday, Sen. Cotton also accused Biden of defending the decision to award China with “favored-nation” status and taking away U.S. manufacturing jobs.

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Speaking to Fox & Friends this morning, Cotton said: “This week is the 20th anniversary

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