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“Well, that was weird as s**t.” White House reporters were left puzzled after President Donald Trump's impromptu minute-long press briefing.
With a coronavirus sell-off, the Dow Jones has fallen 26% since Larry Kudlow said investors should consider jumping into the market.
Stocks went on a wild ride as investors struggle to gauge the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak.
The "Late Show" host had Trump on as a guest in 2015 but said that won't happen again.
The benchmark S&P 500 and the Dow industrials confirmed they were in correction territory.
The fall in the Dow Jones has triggered a sell-off in global stock markets. Here are the reasons behind it - and what they mean for you.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 567.02 points, or 2.33 percent, to 24,912.77.
“Remember when Donald Trump told us we’d be tired of winning? Well, evidently the stock market is exhausted."
"Not for one second did I think people would believe that to be genuine," its creator said.