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U.S. tourism drops in what some are calling a “Trump slump”
The United Nations World Tourism Organization reports that international tourism surged 7 percent last year, however trips to the U.S. fell about 4 percent. Some blame this on what’s being called a “Trump slump.” Ali Velshi breaks down why foreign tourists might be checking out of the U.S. and how it is costing the country billions of dollars and tens of thousands of jobs.
Velshi & Ruhle
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