Larry Kudlow says a second wave of coronavirus cases 'isn't coming' https://t.co/XaTA2IBwVS— CNBC (@CNBC) June 22, 2020
This is the same Larry Kreskin Kudlow who said on February 25: "We have contained this, I won't say airtight but pretty close to airtight."
This is the same Larry Kudlow who wrote just months before the worst recession since the Great Depression:
"There is no recession. Despite all the doom and gloom from the economic pessimistas, the resilient U.S economy continues moving ahead “‘quarter after quarter, year after year'” defying dire forecasts and delivering positive growth. In fact, we are about to enter the seventh consecutive year of the Bush boom."
So, thanks, but I'll rely on actual experts who warn us that a second wave of COVID-19, while not inevitable, remains a possibility. First, however, we need to get through the first wave which is just taking hold in many areas of the country.