Trump takes credit for Dow record, does not concede in one minute press conference
25 November 2020 | 1:56 pm
In a news briefing that lasted slightly longer than one minute, and announced within minutes of taking place, US President Donald Trump praises his administration after the Dow surged past 30,000 points for the first time. Trump did not offer a concession nor take questions from reporters the day after he authorized a transition to the Biden administration.
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