Once Again: Former CLINTON and Obama Advisor FOUND DEAD Only Months Before Release Of His New Book
|Alan B. Krueger and former President Barack Obama|
Another person tied to the Clinton’s has been found dead. Alan Krueger, a 58-year-old labor economist who argued for raising the mininum wage, is said to have committed suicide—a popular choice of death for anyone with ties to the Clintons.
According to reports, the Princeton police were called to the professor’s home, where he was found dead of an apparent suicide.
According to the New York Times – Mr. Krueger was an assistant secretary of the Treasury from 2009 to 2010, as President Barack Obama’s administration tried to lead the United States out of its worst recession since the Great Depression. Mr. Obama later named him chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, a post he held from 2011 to 2013. He was the Labor Department’s chief economist under President Bill Clinton from 1994 to 1995.
A labor economist by training, Mr. Krueger was part of a new wave of economists who pushed the field toward a more empirical mind-set, with an emphasis on data rather than theory. He applied that approach broadly: to education, health care, labor markets and terrorism, and even to more lighthearted subjects like the rising price of concert tickets. His latest book, due out in June, is on the economics of the music industry.
Krueger’s soon to be released book can be ordered here.
Actress Robbin Young, who is also a friend of Wikileaks’ Julian Assange, asks why Alan Krueger would commit suicide only months before the release of his new book in June of 2019?
That’s a great question.
Obama and Clinton crony, David Axelrod expressed his sadness over Krueger’s death, calling him a “brilliant and warm WH colleague.”🤔 Why did Alan Krueger commit suicide when he has a book coming out June of 2019?— Robbin Young (@Robbin_Young) March 18, 2019
Alan B. Krueger, Economic Aide to Clinton and Obama, Dies at 58. https://t.co/GxQmTwmzV7
Stunned and saddened to read of Alan Krueger’s passing. He was a brilliant and warm WH colleague. A wonderful combination. RIPhttps://t.co/vNxGbCPusf— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) March 18, 2019