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Whoever will sit in the Oval Office next year will swiftly find

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Whoever will sit in the Oval Office next year will swiftly find that faster productivity growth—the key to faster economic growth—isn’t something a president can decree.
(A) Whoever will sit in the Oval Office next year will swiftly find
(B) Whoever will be sitting in the Oval Office next year will swiftly find
(C) Whoever sits in the Oval Office next year will swiftly find
(D) Whoever sits in the Oval Office next year will be swiftly finding
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Just googled it, the sentence is from the wall street journal news last week.

Is it correct?

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Just googled it, the sentence is from the wall street journal news last week.

Is it correct?

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1. This question is indeed from WSJ , here is the Link
2. Answer will certainly be (C)

IMHO Would has 2 usages -

1. For describing future of Past Tense
2. Describing Hypothetical Situations
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New post 27 Oct 2016, 17:49
C is the correct answer. And yes text is from WSJ.
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Can someone please explain the difference between B and C?

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