The Federal Reserve has played God with the American economy for decades.

And until Trump, few Presidents dared to criticize the Fed’s policies.

Now the Fed is wrecking the Trump economy with a simple rule change that could lead to Trump’s defeat in 2020.

President Trump has been a vocal critic of the Federal Reserve for months.

Ever since Trump took office in 2017, the Fed has worked to raise interest rates after leaving them near-zero for much of Obama’s presidency.

And Trump is once again calling out the Fed for their reckless policies that are putting the American economy in danger.

“It is incredible that with a very strong dollar and virtually no inflation, the outside world blowing up around us, Paris is burning and China way down, the Fed is even considering yet another interest rate hike. Take the Victory!” Trump tweeted on Monday.

With each new interest rate increase, the economy has become more and more volatile.

Stocks have swung wildly up and down over the past few months.

And with the Federal Reserve raising interest rates faster than seen in over a decade, the stock market has lost most of the gains it had made over the last year.

The Wall Street Journal reports, “This month has already been particularly rocky, with the S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq Composite off to their worst starts to a December since 1980.”

One of President Trump’s greatest accomplishments since taking office has been the roaring economy.

Jobs are up, unemployment is at historic lows, and the new tax law from 2017 has allowed Americans to keep more money in their pockets.

Overall, economic growth has far outpaced the Obama years.

This economic success will likely be the strongest achievement Trump can claim when he runs for re-election in 2020, as he’s already touting his record on jobs, manufacturing, and unemployment.

But if the Federal Reserve continues to spark chaos on Wall Street, it could bring all of that to an end.

If the stock market crashes, or the economy falls into a recession in 2019, it would spell doom for Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign.

Trump has every reason to criticize the Federal Reserve, especially after they let Obama’s economy benefit from nearly 8 years of historically low interest rates.

The Federal Reserve was created to provide economic stability and to remove politics from influencing the economy.

But the Fed’s actions since 2017 suggest that politics are playing a role in their decision making.

It’s only been since Trump has taken office that the Fed has begun raising interest rates—and they now stand at the highest rate since Obama was first elected in 2008.

And the Fed plans on raising interest rates again this week to the highest levels seen in the last decade.

Everyone knows that President Trump’s biggest accomplishment since has been the stock market and the economy.

If there’s any quicker way to end President Trump’s chances for re-election, it would be by destroying the growing economy he has generated over the past two years.

Do you think the economy take a downturn because of the Fed’s actions? Is the Fed letting political bias influence its rate hikes?

Let us know in the comments down below.