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Trump Blames Congressman Seth Moulton For Dow's Drastic Drop

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Trump Blames Congressman Seth Moulton For Dow's Drastic Drop

Trump Blames Congressman Seth Moulton For Dow's Drastic Drop

President Donald Trump tried to blame the Dow’s latest plunge on anyone other than himself.

According to Business Insider, he blamed it on the Democratic former presidential candidate Rep.

Seth Moulton.

He wrote on Twitter the Dow fell 573 points because Moulton dropped out of the 2020 Presidential Race.

It is unclear whether Trump was simply mocking the congressman or actually believed he was at fault.

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