The Trump White House's Rosy Scenario

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In this July 17, 1980, file photo, Republican presidential candidate Ronald Reagan stands before a cheering Republican National Convention in Detroit's Joe Louis Arena.

Politicians have long been overly generous in predicting the kind of economic growth that will result from their policies -- it's a tried and true maneuver. But what about when an administration invents fictitious fiscal data to garner support for its budget plan? Brooke talks to Catherine Rampellcolumnist at the Washington Post, about how the Trump White House is "cooking the books" on its economic growth projections, and attempting to discredit the institutions that say otherwise.