Longtime television personality Larry Kudlow of Redding, a friend and supporter of President Donald Trump, has been named as the White House’s top economic adviser.
The 70-year-old Kudlow told viewers on CNBC that he has been working for decades for the opportunity.
“It’s my life. It’s my career. It’s my profession,’’ Kudlow said. “I’ve trained a long time for it. I’ve been in the economics game a long time in different areas, and I’m proud of that. The president has given me a chance. I love it. I’m honored by it. I’m honored to serve my country. It’s a great dream, and I’ll work like heck to get it done.’’
Kudlow will replace Gary Cohn, the former Goldman Sachs...