Trump is giving Wall Street another boost with a Wall Street bailout

The Trump administration is backing Wall Street’s efforts to raise billions of dollars to keep the US economy afloat, despite criticism that the president is too cozy with Wall Street. 

The administration announced Friday that it will help rescue Wall Street by providing up to $50 billion to the financial services industry to help finance the bailouts. 

Wall Street was particularly worried about a provision that would require the government to make up any shortfall between the money the US government will provide and the amount Wall Street would have to pay in return. 

Aides to the president have said that the provision was designed to ensure that Wall Street did not default on its obligations, but some economists say it could also make it more difficult for the US to repay the money that it has already paid. 

“The government has an obligation to repay,” said Jonathan Weisman, an economist at the University of Michigan.

“That’s a fact.

We can’t just pretend this isn’t a reality.

This is a reality.” 

The White House said in a statement that the administration will provide up to 50 percent of the money to the sector. 

White House chief economic adviser Gary Cohn said in an interview that the Wall Street rescue will give the US the tools it needs to bring down the unemployment rate and help the economy move back on track. 

Cohn said that President Donald Trump has already set a number of goals for the recovery, including reducing the unemployment level to 6.5 percent, and making “tough decisions” to stimulate the economy. 

Last month, Trump signed a $1 trillion stimulus package, which included $150 billion in emergency funding to help companies meet their financial obligations. 

But some economists, including Cohn, have criticized the way the administration has been handling the financial assistance, saying that it is too generous. 

In a recent report, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said that while the bailout may be a step in the right direction, it could have a far more severe impact on the US’s economy than it would be on Wall Street, since the bailout will take money out of the pockets of millions of Americans. 

Some Democrats have argued that the money could be better spent on helping people who need it most, such as veterans and children. 

Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings, of Maryland, tweeted on Friday that the White House should take more time and look for ways to “get the money for Wall Street and not Wall Street.”