Ron Johnson, presumably tired of questions about Donald Trump, emphasized that he is focusing on areas of agreement with the presumptive nominee. In an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union”, Johnson twice mentioned a focus the economy and “better opportunities for the American public,” as areas he was in agreement with Trump.
There’s just one problem: According to a reported by Moody’s Analytics, Trump’s economic proposals would lead to a loss of 3.5 million American jobs and would cause the U.S. economy to be “more isolated and diminished”.
Johnson should consider re-calibrating his rhetoric. Keep it simple: “I’m going to concentrate on areas of agreement like wrecking our economy.”