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December 19, 2017 -- Proof positive that Donald Trump is a Nazi. Hitler ushered in an economic revival; Trump's tax reform is revitalizing the economy. 

Autobahn in the 1930s

Next thing you know they'll discover Trump has German ancestry. What more proof do we need? Rallies, maybe?

(We won't mention that Trumponomics is fueled by free-market principles, while Hitler's "revival" was largely Keynesian and mirrored Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal.)

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1. -- U.S. stock futures pointed to more records for Wall Street when markets open on Tuesday, Dec. 19, as investors rode the bull market to the end of the year ahead of an expected vote by U.S. lawmakers on Donald Trump's signature tax reform bill.

 The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed Monday, Dec. 18, with its 70th record close of 2017 -- the most ever in a single year -- while the Nasdaq briefly crossed 7,000 for the first time during the session as investors looked to the passage of the tax plan by Christmas. The Nasdaq and S&P 500 closed with records highs on Monday.

 The House of Representatives was scheduled to vote Tuesday on the tax bill with the Senate vote on Wednesday. Most of the benefits from the tax bill go to corporations. The Congressional Budget Office estimated the tax cuts will widen the government's budget deficit by $1.45 trillion. 

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