TRUMP TWEETS: Stock market, taxes & Roger Goodell

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President Trump fired off a round of Wednesday morning tweets, addressing topics such as the stock market, tax reform and the actions of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

In his first two-part tweet, Trump writes: “Stock Market has increased by 5.2 Trillion dollars since the election on November 8th, a 25% increase. Lowest unemployment in 16 years and..”

He continued: “…if Congress gives us the massive tax cuts (and reform) I am asking for, those numbers will grow by leaps and bounds.

Of course, Trump then slams “fake news media” for failing in their attempts to accurately report the growth of the economy, writing: “It would be really nice if the Fake News Media would report the virtually unprecedented Stock Market growth since the election.Need tax cuts.”

In a follow-up tweet, Trump addressed the differences between Republicans and Democrats when it comes to tax reform and border security: “The Democrats want MASSIVE tax increases & soft, crime producing borders.The Republicans want the biggest tax cut in history & the WALL!”

Then, in his most recent tweet Wednesday morning, Trump called out Roger Goodell, the commissioner of the NFL: “It is about time that Roger Goodell of the NFL is finally demanding that all players STAND for our great National Anthem-RESPECT OUR COUNTRY.”

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