From the Washington Post:
"As Federal Reserve Chair Janet L. Yellen prepares to enter what could be her final year in her post, she may suddenly find herself in the crosshairs of the new president.
"President Trump has pledged to slash taxes for businesses and consumers, boost spending on infrastructure and the military, and spur the economy to 4 percent growth. But the Federal Reserve could end up pushing the economy in the other direction.
"The Fed is 'now more worried about an overheating labor market,' said Kathy Bostjancic, the director of U.S. macro investor services at Oxford Economics. 'Then you lay on top of that the potential for pretty extensive fiscal stimulus. … [T]he worry is that really could push the economy and the labor market into an overheated condition.'”