In an interview to The Washington Post, Republican Presidential candidate, Donald Trump forecasted a further slump in the national economy of the US. In the interview, he said that the national unemployment numbers are actually higher than the official number given by the government. He said that the country is on the verge of another financial bubble that will surely bring in another recession if drastic measures are not taken. Outsourcing of jobs to countries like China and Mexico is one of the several reasons behind the current economic slowdown. He also announced that he has plans to make several deals happen that will create new jobs and bring down the unemployment numbers over a period of eight years.
Donald Trump is an influential business magnate who is likely to be the Republican Presidential candidate in the upcoming November elections. His colleagues at the Republican Party have cautioned him to tone down his blatant outspoken views so as no alienate voters. Trump in the interview to Washington Post has obliged to reduce the national debt of $19 trillion dollars during a course of eight years. His words appeal to the blue collar workers who are the most severely affected by the recent unemployment crisis in several sectors.