"And right now, for the first time in a long time.factories are coming back, everything's coming back".
The Dow Jones industrial average briefly plunged almost 1,600 points earlier on the same day as two days of steep losses for USA stocks brought an end to a period of record-setting calm in the market.
The volatility followed a steep sell-off Monday in which the Dow lost 1,1754 points or 4.6 percent, erasing all of the gains of 2018.
But he didn't mention the fact that even as he was making the speech the stock markets were plummeting.
The index is actually higher than when Trump became President in January 2017, but the fall is nonetheless the biggest single-day drop in the history of the market.
"No question the president was involved and responsible for the increase in the stock market, but also the overall economy", Gidley said.
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Sanders reiterated that the economy is "incredibly strong" and that we are "infinitely better off today" than before President Donald Trump got into office, citing low unemployment numbers and increasing wages.
Trump's event Monday in Cincinnati is part of the President's latest effort to tout the tax cuts he and Republicans in Congress delivered late a year ago.
During a speech in Ohio, Trump dropped his stock reference to the success in the market.
"Where were they when it was going up?"
Instead, the President strayed from his prepared remarks at several points on Monday to level attacks at Democrats, at one point suggesting some Democratic lawmakers' refusal to applaud portions of his State of the Union address amounted to "treason".
News networks, many of which had been airing a Trump speech live from OH where the president had gone to promote the Republican tax reform plan, interrupted the programming to break the news.
While Trump struck a bipartisan tone the previous week during his State of the Union address, that tone appeared had all-but vanished on Monday as he instead focused on attacking Democrats for their lack of applause and accused them of not caring about U.S. national security.