Yesterday, Andy appeared on Varney & Co. to strike down Politico’s allegations over re-entering the White House for a new role. Andy hasn’t been to the White House since October and has had no discussions with administration personnel about a position. The piece conflates the trending #MeToo movement with an old story on retracted allegations from divorce proceedings.
“They can’t attack me on substance, so they run an article like this in an effort to raise allegations that were recanted 30 years ago,” states Puzder. “In a sense, I guess it’s a compliment because if I weren’t effective on your show and others, they wouldn’t go after me.”
Also important, Andy argues, is that when viewers consume news they need to consider the source. In this case, the source is not very reliable and the article is a cheap stunt to draw eyes.
Andy then weighed in on President Trump addressing the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland this month. Andy is pleased that Trump will use the forum to talk about his sensible worldview in front of global elites who have been the president’s fiercest critics.
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Note: Part of today’s segment with Stuart Varney, not included in the video link above, can be viewed here – https://twitter.com/AmericaFirstPol/status/951246125058723842
Regarding the new tax law, Andy stated that “not only due to tax reform will Americans have more money in their paychecks, but they’re now going to have lower utility bills.” The tax reform bill is a clear win for U.S. businesses and their employees. Many companies have announced bonuses, higher wages and increased benefits due to Republican tax reform.
Several major utilities have announced plans to cut rates in a customer payback related to the reduced tax costs as well.