Donald Trump says he doesn't invest in the stock market. Here's his portfolio

Donald Trump raised eyebrows during an interview with CNBC when he said that Federal Reserve Board chair Janet Yellen — a Senate-confirmed appointee who is supposed to run the central bank independently — is "obviously political and doing what (President Barack) Obama wants her to do." Trump then suggested that the long, post-recession run of low interest rates, currently overseen by Yellen, is creating a "false market" with "essentially free" money. "I don’t invest in the stock market," Trump continued during the Sept. 12, 2016, interview. "And I think you saw the stocks I bought, and I bought a lot … >>More stories from National


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