Donald Trump claims America is 'open for business' despite stock market plunge

Donald Trump claims America is 'open for business' despite stock market plunge

Donald Trump claims America is 'open for business' despite stock market plunge

Trump posted the tweet with a video of himself speaking at an OH manufacturing company, suggesting his policies had galvanised the United States economy. "And right now, for the first time in a long time. factories are coming back, everything's coming back", Trump said as he touted jobs growth and increased investments in the US.

The Dow giveth, and the Dow taketh away: The Dow Jones industrial average saw its worst single-day point drop ever on Monday, plummeting 1,175 points and erasing all of its 2018 gains. "America is once again open for business".

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Trump will issue "infrastructure principles, which will outline a plan" to boost infrastructure and call for cutting regulatory burdens to speed approval for new projects, the official said.

In an interview past year with The Associated Press, Trump seemed to recognize the risk of pointing to the markets as a sign of progress.

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CNN's Jeff Zeleny noted that a White House aide found it "jarring" that Fox News pulled away from Trump's speech to cover the crash. And he didn't allow the stock market slide to dampen his remarks. "Before the ink was dry, companies were announcing thousands and thousands of new jobs and enormous investments to their workers", Trump said, before touting investment figures by major companies.

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If Trump deserves credit for a rising stock market - and experts, those pests, say he does not - then logically, critics said, he deserves credit for a historic plunge, too. One wonders if this sell-off continues, will the president take the same level of ownership with the slumping market?

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