“If there is an offer we will look at it very, very seriously. It’s awfully hard to say no to a president but at the moment I am just grateful to be considered, I don’t have any new news on that.”

—Larry Kudlow on possibly being named Donald Trump’s Chief Economic Advisor

Larry Kudlow, economic analyst and former Associate Director for Economics in the Reagan Administration, joined Kilmeade & Friends to talk about the prospect of being President Elect Donald Trump’s Chief Economic Advisor, the Dow approaching 20,000 and if the stock markets gains are a direct result of Trump’s election.

Plus, Kudlow explains the similarities between Donald Trump’s economic plan and the plans of Ronald Reagan & JFK and why free trade and limited government spending will help spur economic growth.

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