Who’s Larry Kudlow, Trump’s top economic aide?

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The President offers the CNBC personality, the position of the White House National Economic Council, Director; Peter Doocy reports from St. Louis, Missouri.

Economic analyst Larry Kudlow President Trump has learned to accepted the offer to be White House National Economic Council director, Fox News.

Kudlow, a 70-year-old conservative commentator, replaced Gary Cohn, joined at the beginning of March. He told The Associated Press that while he was against the tariffs, he is still “in compliance” with the stocking policy.

Read on for a look at Kudlow’s background and experience.

He is a CNBC-author and commentator

Kudlow is a reliable business and economics commentator, the getting his own CNBC show in 2011. Since then, he has hosted a variety of shows on the network, including “The Kudlow Report” and “Kudlow & Cramer.”

He remained with the business-news channel, as an employee, colleague and friend to many in the network.

It was on CNBC Kudlow, that won a high — profile platform for the statement of defence and-changes — failed Trump the economic agenda.

Kudlow has also contributed to the conservative National Review.

Kudlow worked in the Reagan administration

Larry Kudlow served as associate Director for Economics and planning in the office of the budget during the Reagan administration.

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While the former President Ronald Reagan’s first term, Kudlow served as associate Director for Economics and planning in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).

In 2016, the book he wrote, Kudlow argued, the former President of the John F. Kennedy tax cuts, the growth of the country had promoted economy. The book “JFK and the Reagan Revolution,” claims that Reagan, the 1980s tax cuts, the same template was followed.

If Trump ran his own tax cuts to the resistor on the higher budget deficits would lead Kudlow played down the risks of the debt. He argued on CNBC that Reagan ran even higher deficits to Finance tax cuts and military spending — a formula that helped claimed Kudlow, to accelerate growth.

He was chief economist for a Wall Street company

Kudlow began his career on Wall Street, where he worked for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

Finally, Kudlow, the chief economist of the Wall Street investment firm Bear Stearns. The company was at the time, a small upstart, the Issue, according to a profile in the Rochester.

In the election of 2016, Kudlow served Trump as an informal Advisor. Since then, he has Trump praised the tax plan and immigration reform.

He seeks is fought

Kudlow took a month of Bear Stearns to enter drug rehabilitation, he told The New York Times in a 1994 interview.

“I’m ready to share with you my problem,” Kudlow said, and added that he takes “full responsibility.”

His dedication to alcoholics Anonymous will be a factor in why he decided to ultimately, a Connecticut-Senate the money was supposed to meet in 2016.

“The idea that politics would interfere with my participation in AA, which is a big part of my life, I just can’t take that risk,” he told the New York Post in February 2016. “This is the hardest decision I had to ever make. It took a while, but I made the right decision.”

Kudlow has a history degree

Larry Kudlow graduated from the University of Rochester with a degree in history.

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Kudlow graduated from the University of Rochester in New York in 1969 with a history degree.

While in school, Kudlow, the students joined for a democratic society and was an anti-war organizer, according to The times. He even traded in his Porsche for a VW bus, the newspaper reported.

According to The times, Kudlow avoided the Vietnam war draft because he had asthma.

Kudlow began a master’s program in Economics and policy at Princeton University, but ultimately never completed.

He was a Democrat

Kudlow worked on Democratic campaigns in New York after graduating from college. But since then, he has been a Republican.

If he had been in the Connecticut Senate race, he would have Democratic incumbent Richard Blumenthal challenged as a Republican.

Kudlow sticks to his suits

Known for often with pin-stripe suits, Kudlow has the same cutter for 26 years.

Savile Row trained, the New York-based tailor, Leonard Logsdail credited to consistently styling Kudlow in his narrow-lapelled suits.

Fox News’ Blake Burman, John Roberts, Brooke Singman, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter @K_Schallhorn.

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