Somehow, even in an article headlined "Donald Trump could be good for the economy," Harvard University economist Kenneth Rogoff manages to reach the Trump-Hitler comparison:
At the risk of hyperbole, it's wise to remember that you don't have to be a nice guy to get the economy going. In many ways, Germany was as successful as America at using stimulus to lift the economy out of the Great Depression.
On the positive side, at least there is some good Krugman-bashing in the article:
beware of pundits who are certain that Trump will bring economic catastrophe. On election eve, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman unequivocally insisted that a Trump victory would lead to a stock market collapse, with no recovery in sight. Investors who relied on his insights lost a lot of money.