Donald Trump, the billionaire real estate mogul who won the Republican nomination for president, has taken a major step toward getting back to business, and it has nothing to do with the stock market.
In a speech to investors at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, Wednesday, the real estate tycoon said that he has been making plans for “real estate, real estate, and real estate,” and that he is ready to start “realizing that I’m going to be president.”
He said he will not make the “coup de grace” of being the first Republican president in a two-year term, and he will be able to do things like renegotiate the Iran nuclear deal, the Paris climate accord and a host of other things that were announced during his campaign.
But, as the real-estate mogul has been pushing for years, the stock and real-market markets are in deep trouble.
In March, The New York Times reported that Donald Trump’s campaign had lost about $10 million in the first quarter, as stock prices fell over the course of the campaign.
Trump had been calling for a “realignment of the economy,” and he said he would spend more on infrastructure.
But Trump has since been calling on the Federal Reserve to print money to bail out the economy, and his policies have caused stocks and the stock markets to slide over the past few months.
Trump has also been pushing to lower taxes on the wealthy and to give corporate executives more money.
And Trump’s actions have been seen as an attempt to keep Wall Street off balance, leading the stock-market to slump in recent months.
But the billionaire businessman says that he’s been trying to get back to the stock game.
In fact, he has a long history of doing this, and the market has continued to slide as he has sought to turn back the tide.
In his speech, Trump said that after he becomes president, he will start “building an infrastructure bank.”
That bank, he said, would have the “power to help the stock industry rebuild” and that it would be financed by tax cuts and other policies.
He said that, because of his policies, the market will rebound as well.
But, he added, that recovery won’t happen unless the markets are “in a healthy condition.”
The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment on whether Trump plans to use the funds to rebuild the economy.