Trump ‘can’t claim too much glory’ for record Wall Street gains

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  • Sky News Australia published this video item, entitled “Trump ‘can’t claim too much glory’ for record Wall Street gains” – below is their description.

    Sky News contributor Peter Switzer says President Donald Trump can’t claim too much glory for the Dow Jones rallying to 30,000 for the first time in history. Mr Trump celebrated the news this morning – accompanied by Vice President Mike Pence – and congratulated Americans on the achievement. “We’ve never broken 30,000 and that’s just despite everything that’s taken place with the pandemic,” President Trump said. “I’m very thrilled with what’s happened on the vaccine front, that’s been absolutely incredible, nothing like that has ever happened medically and I think people are acknowledging that and it’s having a big effect. “That’s a sacred number 30,000, nobody thought they’d ever see it.” “I wouldn’t call this a Trump rally,” Mr Switzer told Sky News. “This is a rebounding out of the recession created by the closedown when the infections first started. “It’s a whole collection of things.”

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