Larry Kudlow is the new favorite to replace Gary Cohn

Larry Kudlow is the new favorite to replace Gary Cohn

Larry Kudlow is the new favorite to replace Gary Cohn

In the same interview where he defended Cohn, Kudlow called Mr. Trump's tariffs "prosperity killers".

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Ivanka Trump resents being paired with her husband, fellow senior White House adviser Jared Kushner, as "Javanka", and while in televised appearances she "seems to present a simulacrum of herself - a for-public-consumption version that is at once both poised and guarded, complete with a breathy, unplaceable accent", the Post notes, "in private, her voice sounds an octave deeper" and she "sprinkles her conversation with the occasional curse word". The source said staffers are anxious about the direction of the White House's economic policy. His emergence is notable because he publicly came out against Trump's import tariff plan for steel and aluminium - the plan that proved the last straw for Cohn, who resigned March 6.

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Peter Navarro, a trade adviser to Mr Trump who promoted the tariffs, has also been touted as a candidate for the top economic job, though he has said he is not in the running.

"We don't agree on everything, but in this case, I think that's good". But Knight was uninterested, officials said.

Trump then led a round of applause for the former Goldman Sachs executive, who was seated behind him. "He's one of the best economic voices out there for free-enterprise economics".

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However, a firm decision has not been made Christopher P. Liddell, worked as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for Microsoft and later for General Motors.

For example, Sen. Orrin Hatch, chairman of the Senate Finance Committee - which has jurisdiction over global trade issues - has warned higher prices caused by the steel tariffs could undermine the effects of the recent tax cut bill for middle-class voters.

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