Peak Trump: The Undrainable Swamp & the Fantasy of MAGA

David Stockman and Amir Adnani return as guests this week on the radio show.

David, as former OMB director under President Reagan, explains why Trump can’t make America great again. With $22 trillion in debt, the American empire is past the point of no return. Stockman praises Trump’s attempt to reduce America’s footprint overseas but alas even as the nation is on the precipice of bankruptcy, military industrial swamp creatures are determined to continue leading America down a path to destruction either by way of financial ruin or, worse, nuclear war. Trump’s presidency and indeed America’s way of life are doomed. Stockman provides advice as to how Americans should plan for the difficult days that lie ahead.

Amir updates us on Uranium Energy Corp as that company anticipates getting back in production to profit from rising uranium prices and meet America’s urgent need for domestic supplies. Jay gives updates on the markets from Michael Oliver.

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David Stockman was formerly a senior managing director of The Blackstone Group. Prior to joining Blackstone, Mr. Stockman was a managing director at Salomon Brothers, Inc. He served as the director of the Office of Management and Budget in the Reagan administration from 1981 to August 1985 and was the youngest Cabinet member of the twentieth century. From 1976 to 1981, Mr. Stockman represented Michigan in the House of Representatives.


Amir Adnani is an entrepreneur and a mining executive. He is the founder of Uranium Energy Corp. and has been the President, CEO and a director of the company since its inception in January 2005.  He is also the founder and Chairman of GoldMining Inc., a public company that is acquiring and advancing substantial gold projects in the Americas.  Mr. Adnani is frequently invited to speak at prominent industry gatherings including the Milken Institute Global Conference and the International Economic Forum of the Americas, and is often interviewed by major business media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, CNBC and Fox Business News.