CNNMoney:"Since President Trump's election, the Dow has spiked more thn 4,600 points or about 25%. The S&P 500 has added $2 trillion in value. That's all great news if your investing in corporate stocks, or if your 401(k) is heavy on equiies. Over the past three years, the value of families' portfolios has risen 'dramatically' to an average of $344,500, according to a September Federal Reserve report. Yet the spoils of the stock market run are slanted heavily in favor of the wealthy...."
CNN: "As a New York businessman, Donald Trump proudly referred to himself as the 'King of Debt'-- he thrived on taking financial risks and routinely leveraged debt to grow his family empire. 'I'm the king of debt. I love debt.' Trump told CNN's Wolf Blitzer in May 2016 at the height of the campaign--blunt and telling comments that revealed just how comfortable the real estate mogul was in using debt as a financial tool. But now, the mindset behind that nickname is aggravating some of the President's Republican colleagues in Washington..."