Do you remember the good "old days?" Well, President Trump sure does, and things aren't like they used to be! On Wednesday, he returned to one of his favorite topics — the stock market — after having been oddly silent on the subject throughout the recent tumult:
The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 666 points Friday, fueled in part by a good (great) January jobs report, which "sparked … inflation fears and worries that interest rates could rise faster than expected," USA Today writes. On Monday, the Dow dropped nearly 1,200 points in the largest single-day point plunge in history. By Tuesday's closing, it had bounced back up over 550 points — no thanks to Trump's scolding about its "big mistake."