Trump: “I don’t have any money” after stock market meltdown
Donald Trump is calling out stocks that fell dramatically on Tuesday as the market tanked.
Trump told CNBC that the stock market was down over 10% as of 8:00 a.m.
ET Tuesday, which he said was the largest one-day percentage drop in the history of the market.
He said the stock markets “are going down so much that they’re not even worth talking about.”
Trump also said that he doesn’t have money and he’s “going to spend more money” on infrastructure, something that has been an issue for some time.
He added that he wants to have a tax reform plan, and said that when he comes back he wants the plan to be in a better shape than it is right now.