“It’s not just about labeling reports of his constant falsehoods as #Fake News – it’s his casting of media personalities and outlets as anti-American targets, and encouraging people to engage in violence.” And how is President Trump “encouraging people to engage in violence” against journalists?Swalwell said Trump “created a climate of extreme hostility to the press” when he said false reports by “fake news media” are “a stain on America.” The president made the comment after a series of reporting errors made by CNN, ABC News and Washington Post reporter Dave Weigel. 10, 2017, Trump tweeted: “Very little discussion of all the purposely false and defamatory stories put out this week by the Fake News Media.
Soludo is a core professional in the business of macroeconomics.He obtained his three degrees and then professorship at the University of Nigeria in Nsukka, Enugu State.However, with the perceived solid performance of Soludo as the CBN Governor he remains a respected economic policy authority in Nigeria.Political commentators in urging an issue based election campaign in the coming 2011 election has called on aspirants to work with respected economists like Soludo towards an acceptable Economic Plan.They are out of control – correct reporting means nothing to them.
Major lies written, then forced to be withdrawn after they are exposed … ” Swalwell also cited Trump’s August statement faulting mainstream media for deepening divisions in the country and “trying to take away our history and our heritage.” The congressman ripped Trump for calling “fake news” purveyors an “enemy of the American people” in February.
In 1998 Soludo was appointed to the position of professor of economics at the University of Nigeria; the next year he became a visiting professor at Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, US. Prior to his May 2004 appointment to the bank chairmanship, he held the positions of Chief Economic Adviser to former President Obasanjo and Chief Executive of the National Planning Commission of Nigeria.
In January 2008, in a speech to the Nigerian Economic Society, he predicted consolidation in the private banking industry, saying "By the end of 2008, there'll be fewer banks than there are today.
He graduated with a First Class Honors degree in 1984, an MSc Economics in 1987, and a Ph D in 1989, winning prizes for the best student at all three levels.
He has been trained and involved in research, teaching and auditing in such disciplines as the multi-country macro econometric modelling, techniques of computable general equilibrium modelling, survey methodology and panel data econometrics, among others.
On 17 July 2013, Soludo resigned from the People's Democratic Party (PDP) after a letter to the National Chairman of the party, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur.