Member of Trump's reopening council warns we'll 'have body bags of businesses' if they remain closed

Economist Stephen Moore.
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Stephen Moore has a questionably worded prediction for what will happen to businesses that don't reopen soon.

Moore, President Trump's former economic adviser, who was once nominated to the Federal Reserve Board, is now part of Trump's council on reopening the economy. He's also a big fan of the way Georgia, Iowa, and Oklahoma have been letting businesses reopen, and warned in a Monday news briefing that the U.S. will see "body bags of businesses" if it doesn't follow those red states' leads, Politico reports.

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