"You have no choice but to vote for me because your 401(k)s go down the tubes, everything is gonna be down the tubes," the President said about a Democratic victory in 2020.
On Monday morning, Mr. Trump went on Twitter to rail against Democrats - charging they were rooting for a recession to drive him from office - and again jawboning the Chairman of the Federal Reserve - arguing once more for interest rate cuts to spur economic growth.
In his Detroit speech, the Vice President gave no hints of any second-guessing about the current trade fight between the U.S. and China. which has spurred some volatility on Wall Street.
"At the President's direction, we've put tariffs on $250 billion in Chinese goods," Pence said, making clear the Trump Administration is not going to back down - specifically tying the trade talks to the current unrest in Hong Kong.
"As the President said yesterday, it will be much harder for us to make a deal if something violent happens in Hong Kong," Pence added.