The stock market, which took a hit Monday, is not reacting to the “unbelievable” strength of President Donald Trump’s economic agenda, senior White House economic official Peter Navarro told CNBC.Equities tanked Monday as fears of a possible trade war and regulation of the tech industry weighed on investors.In an interview with “Closing Bell,” Navarro said Trump’s “singular focus is on economic growth, rising wages and a strong manufacturing and defense industrial base.””If we hit all points … the market will go up.”
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