Paul A. Volcker (September 5, 1927 – December 8, 2019) was a globalist economist, former Chair of the Federal Reserve under presidents Carter and Reagan, and Chairman of the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board for the Obama Administration as the "Economic Czar." Volcker was appointed in January 2009, and reports to President Obama.
During his time as Federal Reserve chairman (1979-1987), he imposed high-interest rates that solved the economic crisis that ruined Carter and gave Reagan a major challenge. Volcker is generally regarded as a moderate in economic matters, with strong support from business.
Volcker was a member of the Bilderberg group and the Trilateral Commission, and his promoted globalist policies during his career. He attacked conservative U.S. President Donald Trump in an essay written shortly before he died.
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