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Friday, March 9, 2018

Will the government remain without officials?

Por mayli2017

According to the president of the United States, Donald Trump, after the resignation of Gary Cohn, he considers that the work he did was excellent in boosting the country's agenda, helping with historic tax cuts and freeing the US economy at once. Among the possible candidates presented by the US media for Cohn's job are White House aide Peter Navarro and Larry Kudlow, a conservative commentator and adviser to the 2016 campaign.

President Trump also tweeted that there was no chaos in the White House, but that there were still some people who wanted to change.Another who resigned was Hope Hicks, one of Trump's closest collaborators. In this case, the young woman was the fourth person who served as the president's communications officer.

A series of departures from high profile officials have embroiled the Donald Trump government recently. Gary Cohn, the chief economic adviser to the president of the United States, was the last resignation to meet according to announcements by Cohn himself.

Speculation has led to believe that Cohn, a supporter of free trade, was angry about the president's plans to impose tariffs on aluminum and steel imports.In a statement to the press Tuesday, Cohn said that it has been an honor to serve his country and spread economic policies in favor of growth for the benefit of the American people, in particular, the approval of a historic fiscal reform.

Cohn added, also, to be grateful to the president for the opportunity he offered and the desire that both Trump and the administration achieve great success in the future. The ex-president of the bank Goldman Sachs, 57, helped Trump to carry out his fiscal reforms at the end of 2017. However, it was believed that the two were not close.According to an exhaustive analysis carried out by the BBC correspondent in Washington, Anthony Zurcher, Gary Cohn was like a stranger in the government, a Democrat in a Republican White House; an official in favor of economic globalization who worked for a president who campaigned for economic nationalism. 

Those same protective tendencies of Donald Trump led the government's chief economic adviser to resign.

According to many reports, this is not an unexpected event, a dispute in the White House over imposing large tariffs on US imports of steel and aluminum, a tug of war that the president himself decided, hastily, last week.Many speculations associated Cohn's stay only to see the tax reform at the final goal, after his extreme annoyance at the president's warm words about some of the white nationalist protesters involved in violent clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia.

According to official sources, many employees loyal to Trump in the White House distinguished in Cohn an unwanted importunity. However, abroad, specifically in the financial world, they welcomed him as a moderating influence, along with Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, daughter and son-in-law of the president. Now Cohn is leaving and the last two are weakened and under the gaze of many. All this could mark a new direction in the politics of the White House.