The recent stock market bump and the positive economic outlook may be short-lived, according to renowned political philosopher Noam Chomsky. Last week, the MIT professor claimed the rally could be nearing its end and that he expects another economic crash due to President Donald Trump's cabinet choices. Chomsky questioned Trump's long-held claim that he's against the Washington establishment and specifically pointed to the president's cabinet, which included former Goldman Sachs executive and new Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, according to an interview posted by AlterNet. "Anti-establishment is kind of a joke," Chomsky concluded. "Take a look at Trump and take a look at who's appointed for the cabinet."
Mar-16-2017, 16:55:32 GMT