Goldman Sachs has outdone itself this time. According to Goldman Sachs, curing people of terrible diseases is not good for Wall Street.
As in so many other instances involving his legislative agenda, a campaign promise has proven to be one thing, the follow-through entirely another.
A year after presidential candidate Donald Trump famously vowed to “drain the swamp” of Washington’s corrupting influences, more than two dozen federal agencies are now under congressional scrutiny over the travel spending of top Trump administration officials. Beginning at a campaign rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin in mid-October