Donald Trump Criticizing Stock Market Highs: If you ask Donald Trump about inflation during the Joe Biden administration, he would say, “The stock market is making rich people richer.”
Three years ago, Donald Trump said that the stock market would crash if Joe Biden became president of the US in 2020. Is he taking back what he said? It looks like not, since the former president said that record-high stock markets were only making “rich people richer.” Last week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit a new record high. It went over 37,000 points, beating the old record set in 2022.
On January 15, in Iowa, Republicans will start choosing who they want to run for president in 2024. Polls in both states and the country show that Donald Trump has a huge lead over his Republican opponents before the election. A study from CBS News and YouGov found that Nikki Haley, a former UN representative, closed the gap on Donald Trump in New Hampshire, which will be the second state to vote on January 23.
Donald Trump Criticizing Stock Market Highs: Things that Trump said in Nevada?
When the stock market went up while Trump was president, he often took credit for it. Trump made fun of Joe Biden while running for president in 2024. That person, who called himself a billionaire, told a group of fans in Nevada that “the stock market is making rich people richer” and asked if the Joe Biden government was causing inflation.
“Biden’s inflation catastrophe is demolishing your savings and ravaging your dreams,” Donald Trump said. Despite decreasing inflation in the US, Donald Trump said, “We are a nation whose economy is collapsing into a cesspool.”
Yesterday, Donald Trump said that people would leave the country if he won a second term because he would make it harder for people to come here.
“As soon as we win, you know what’s gonna happen. People are gonna flood out of the country. They’re gonna flood out before we even do anything. They’re gonna leave the country because they’re gonna understand that I will immediately restore and expand the Trump travel ban on entry from terror-plagued countries,” the former president said at a gathering.