The stock market rebounded Wednesday, hurting the Democrat narrative that President Donald Trump is plunging the country into chaos with his principled government shutdown to obtain border Wall funding.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up more than 700 points as of press time, following a Christmas-week plunge caused by another cumbersome interest rate hike by Trump’s enemies at the Federal Reserve, who chose to sell off bonds from the period of the 2008 financial collapse. CNBC reports that the stock market comeback “erases losses from worst Christmas Eve ever.”
The market’s resurgence gives President Donald Trump newfound collateral in his staredown with Schumer and the Democrats, making it much harder for Schumer to force Trump’s hand on the issue at stake: the security of our Southern border.
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