Kevin Hassett Retires As White House Economic Advisor for the Second Time
Kevin Hassett retires as White House economic advisor for the second time. That reports the American media.
Hassett left in 2019 but returned last March to assist during the corona crisis.
According to Axios, Hassett has been one of Trump’s top advisers in recent months. He was able to translate the figures into understandable terms for the president.
For example, Hassett convinced Trump to implement extensive aid packages.
The economic advisor previously worked for Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. From 2017 to June last year, he was Trump’s chief economic adviser.