Trump posted the tweet with a video of himself speaking at an OH manufacturing company, suggesting his policies had galvanised the USA economy.
This is not the first time the committee has pushed back its subpoena as it has negotiated with Bannon over answering questions about the transition and his time in the White House, which he did not answer when he was interviewed last month.
US President Donald Trump plans to unveil details of his long-awaited plan to generate at least US$1.5 trillion in infrastructure improvements over 10 years next Monday, a White House official said on Tuesday. "America is once again open for business".
While there could be various factors behind the market's volatile plunge the last several trading days, Trump has frequently credited himself for the market going up, seemingly with little regard for the fact that it can also move in the other direction.
N.Korea earned $200m despite United Nations sanctions
United Nations resolutions adopted in September and December restricted exports of petroleum products to North Korea. Multiple sanctions dating back to 2006 have tried to choke off funding for the nuclear and missile programs.
"The left is spinning this because they really want to associate President Trump with anything negative", he said. The last biggest intraday point dive came on September 29, 2008, when the Dow fell 777 points. The current conventional market wisdom is that the fundamentals of the economy and corporate profits, a key driver of valuations, are likely to remain solid, as is this rare period of synchronized global growth.
CNN's Jeff Zeleny noted that a White House aide found it "jarring" that Fox News pulled away from Trump's speech to cover the crash.
Trump's event Monday in Cincinnati is part of the President's latest effort to tout the tax cuts he and Republicans in Congress delivered late previous year.
As many outlets are now pointing out, Trump has repeatedly boasted of the booming stock market. One wonders if this sell-off continues, will the president take the same level of ownership with the slumping market?