The Federal Reserve has set itself on a collision course with Donald Trump.
The brewing conflict rests on two radically different views of U.S. prosperity. In its cautious, technocratic way, the Fed reiterated on Wednesday that the country’s economic machine is ticking along nicely and nearing its productive potential.
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