Donald Trump stock market execution obscured by Barak Obama and George Bush Mc Farland Just days after Bannon lost his seat at the NSC, McMaster also pushed out Deputy National Security Adviser K.T.
Since replacing Michael Flynn as National Security Adviser, H.R.
Since replacing Michael Flynn as National Security Adviser, H.R
The White House said that Cohen-Watnick will remain in another national security position in the administration.
McFarland stayed in the administration — her nomination to become ambassador to Singapore is currently pending — but she lost her key national security position.
More of McMaster’s attempts to reshape Trump’s NSC…Steve BannonTrump’s chief strategist controversially held a seat on the NSC during the earliest days of the Trump administration, while Flynn was still at the helm.
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Donald Trump continues commending securities exchange highs. That is a major flip-tumble
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 16, 2017“You take a look at what’s going on with the stock market.
Since becoming president, Trump has taken credit for stock market gains he once dismissed.
Mainstream media seldom mentions!”— President Trump, in a tweet, Aug. 1, 2017 (Market closed at 21,963.92)For years, Donald Trump warned that the stock market was in a “bubble” and ready to crash — and then he became president.
Before the Election“We have a stock market that, frankly, has been good to me, but I still hate to see what’s happening.
It’s a very false economy … an article stock market.”— Remarks to reporters on his plane, Sept. 5, 2016“We are in a big, fat, ugly bubble.
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The stock market has never been higher, and President Trump would like more people to pay attention.
Trump appeared to acknowledge as much in a separate tweet in which he quoted Stuart Varney, host of Fox Business Network’s “Varney & Co.”
So the Trump trade has not only faded but reversed course, with the initial leaders and laggards flipping places.
And analysts say it would be inaccurate to give Trump full credit for the market’s records, at least those set during the last few months.
Areas of the market that would benefit most from such policies soared much more than the rest of the market, and the effect was so strong that traders called it the “Trump trade.”
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