Blankfein: Tax cuts plus more spending while economy grows is like throwing 'lighter fluid on a fire'

By cnbc.economy
2018.02.13. 22:39
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Goldman's CEO says he wouldn't have done it, but calls the plan to spend while cutting taxes a 'bold move.'



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