Paul Krugman Thinks the U.S. Economy is "In Big Trouble"

This week, Nick Clegg, Facebook vice president for global affairs and communications, joined to react to the growing number of companies joining the advertising boycott of Facebook over charges the platform is not doing enough to quell hate speech. Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman spoke with Joe ahead of jobs day about resurgence of COVID infections, how government programs to fight the subsequent economic downturn have played out in practice and why he thinks the U.S. economy "is in big trouble." Then Caroline put the CEO Spotlight on Dow's Jim Fitterling with a wide-ranging interview about how the company is faring amid the pandemic, his pledge to go carbon neutral by 2050, and how coming out to his workforce and serving as one of the few openly gay CEO's in corporate America has informed his vision of workplace diversity and inclusion.See for privacy information.

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