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Engage with Andy Busch

Engage with Andy Busch

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December 05th 2014:Lame Ducking: Congress and the President

This week on Engage with Andy Busch, we cover what to expect from the lame duck session of Congress and what to expect in 2015.

Joining us to sort out this mess are two extremely connected DC mavens.

First up, chief political strategist from Potomac Research Greg Valliere. Greg and I will chat about a rough couple of weeks for President Obama from firing his head of the Defense Department to the events in Ferguson, MO. What changes can we expect and how will this shape 2015.

Next, American Action Forum's president Douglas Holtz-Eakin. Doug and I discuss Fede

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Greg Valliere

With over 30 years of experience in covering Washington for institutional investors, Greg Valliere coordinates political and economic research. He focuses on how Congress and the White House shape fiscal policies and monitors the Federal Reserve Board’s interest rate policies. Prior to joining Potomac Research, Mr. Valliere served as Chief Policy Strategist for Soleil Securities Corporation. He previously held key strategy roles at Charles Schwab’s Washington Research Group and The Washington Forum. Mr. Valliere co-founded The Washington Forum in 1974, serving as Chief Political Analyst and editor of the group’s publications, and ultimately as Research Director. He began his career in
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Douglas Holtz-Eakin

Douglas Holtz-Eakin has a distinguished record as an academic, policy adviser, and strategist. Currently he is the President of the American Action Forum and most recently was a Commissioner on the Congressionally-chartered Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. Since 2001, he has served in a variety of important policy positions. During 2001-2002, he was the Chief Economist of the President’s Council of Economic Advisers (where he had also served during 1989-1990 as a Senior Staff Economist). At CEA he helped to formulate policies addressing the 2000-2001 recession and the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. From 2003-2005 he was the 6th Director of the non-partisan
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