NYT Op-Ed Columnist Paul Krugman Makes A Prediction: Journalists Will Be Imprisoned Or Trump Ends Up In Jail

The White House restricted access to other phone calls between Trump and foreign leaders, CNN reported. Following this news, Economist and New York Times op-ed columnist Paul Krugman tweeted that there seemed to be “two possible outcomes.”

“Trump and a number of others end up in jail, or thousands of journalists end up in prison camps,” -Krugman

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Economist and New York Times op-ed columnist Paul Krugman predicted Friday evening that either “thousands of journalists” will be imprisoned ostensibly because of the administration or President Donald Trump will end up in jail.

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A formal impeachment inquiry was launched Tuesday after news that Trump had asked Ukrainian officials to look into Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter regarding business dealings in the country. The transcript of this phone call was held in a special computer system for sensitive calls, according to the NYT. More

The same Paul Krugman who predicted that if Donald Trump were elected we’d have an economic depression. Thanks, Paul. 

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