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Trump warns of market crash if he is not re-elected in 2020



Trump or bust: President warns of market crash like or who has not been seen if not re-elected in 2020

  • Trump issued the dire warning in a tweet on Saturday on the way to golf course
  • Said he has overpaid a breaking economy that Dems can't maintain
  • Trump's re-election campaign officially launches with Orlando rally Tuesday
7:04 EDT, 15 June 2019

President Donald Trump has said that failure to re-elect him would result in economic disaster.

'The Trump Economy is setting records, and has a long way up to go …. However, if anyone but me takes over in 2020 (I know the competition very well), there will be a Market Crash the likes of which has not been seen before! KEEP AMERICA GREAT, he said in a tweet on Saturday morning.

The tweet was sent as his motorcade rolled from the White House to Trump National Golf Course in Sterling, Virginia.

Trump officially starts his 2020 campaign on Tuesday with a rally in Orlando, Florida.

 Trump, seen earlier this week, tweeted on Saturday that the economy would crash if he was not elected as president in 2020

Trump, seen earlier this week, tweeted on Saturday that the economy would crash if he was not elected as president in 2020

He appeared to be gearing up for full campaign mode , testing a message that will highlight economic growth and low unemployment during his administration.

'Despite the Greatest Presidential Harassment of all time by people that are very dishonest and want to destroy our Country, we are doing great in the Polls, just as well as in 2016,' he said in another tweet.

Trump added: 'will be packed at the Tuesday Announcement Rally in Orlando, Florida.'

Trump has claimed several times this year – and as recently as Friday – that the US The US dollar would have had 5,000 to 10,000 points higher than the Federal Reserve had raised interest rates four times in 2018.

The S&P 500 index made a record high in early May before slipping over about Trump's trade war with China.

The Dow Jones last peaked more than eight months ago, on October 3.

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