BREAKING: Nobel Prize Winning Economist Makes DEVASTATING Trump Prediction [DETAILS]

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President-elect Donald Trump rode his rhetoric to a shock victory over Hillary Clinton to claim the Oval Office for himself as the 45th President of the United States. One of Trump’s campaign promises was to bring back the millions of manufacturing jobs that have been lost over the last 20 years, and his proposal to make this a reality has been to disregard the various trade agreements the United States has engaged. While Trump’s rhetoric has its appeal to those who do not understand the complexities of world affairs, it is nearly impossible for Trump to simply dump NAFTA. Conversley, Trump’s promise of issuing a tariff on Chinese goods coming into the United States can not happen unless the World Trade Organization intervenes. Beyond that, one Nobel Prize winning Economist, Paul Krugman, writes that no matter what Trump does it is impossible for him to bring back jobs because those jobs which used to exist are no longer viable in the world economy.

Krugman pushed out a series of tweets explaining his position.:

The New York Times columnist even offered a graph to highlight why Trump’s policies, no matter what he does, are not going to make a difference in bringing manufacturing jobs back to the United States:

Krugman concludes his lesson on economics by telling a truth which is unwelcome. The American economy is no longer based on manufacturing products, but by serving other citizens:

How President-elect Trump will attempt to rationalize these facts with his rhetoric, which is doomed to failure, is the guess of any person. However, what is known to be true is no matter what Trump tries, it is not going to work.

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