Americans Cheer Their Economy. Their President, Not So Much

President Donald Trump is breaking the convention that when Americans feel good about the economy they credit their leader.

Never in recent history have consumers been so buoyant about economic prospects and their financial fortunes while at the same time so down on the president. The gap has emerged in an administration marked by chaos, tumult in its senior ranks and repeated political firestorms, often ignited by the president’s own Twitter posts and public ad libs. CONT.

Justin Sink & Sho Chandra, Bloomberg