Instead of "Milton Obama."
"John Maynard Trump."
And perhaps "Hjalmar Trump" is more suited than "John Maynard Keynes Trump," considering that Trump's proposed tax credit financing of private investment is more akin to Mefo bills (ht beowulf) and Öffa bills than Keynesian public debt funding.
The Bloomberg article is actually a good analysis of conventional economic modeling as moronism based on restrictive assumptions that are absurd and ignorance of monetary operations.
Expect Donald Trump to see through that.
How Republicans Plan to Spend Like Crazy Without Running Up Debt
More typical moronism.
As pressure on inflation mounts, interest rates will rise, bringing the surge in growth to an end. If the plan fails to add up even at the outset, it risks creating alarm in the financial markets, and any boost to growth will be brief.Bloomberg View
Trump's Roads (and Bridges and Airports) to Recovery