And we'll see if any evidence emerges that Rosenstein signed applications for FISA warrants which were used to spy on Trump and people around him. I'm betting that is not the case. How about $100? You must have $100. After all you're going to win the bet, right? It'll be me paying the $100 to a charity of your choice.
In other news the tax cut isn't doing what it's supposed to do. Business investment is completely flat in the last quarter. Look what happened to wages:
But it wasn't an entire disaster. Look what happened to corporate tax receipts:
There will be an economic boost from the tax cuts as what little went to wage earners ends up being spent. I would guess the US economy will crack 3% growth this year. But then the cut is baked into the numbers and we'll be relying on the investment the cuts are meant to spur. The Fed predicts something like this:
Fed median projections: —2.8% in 2018 —2.4% in 2019 —2.0% in 2020 —1.8% longer-term
There's a good chance Trump is lucky. The stage of the business cycle we're at means companies have the choice between paying wage increases or paying for new technology/machinery which will boost productivity, something the economy greatly needs. If we get an investment/productivity boost Trump can claim the tax cuts were responsible and it'll pave the way for another one.