US stocks were again hit hard yesterday, when Wall Street experienced the worst day in the past 8 months amid political turmoil in the United States. We are seeing the so-called Trump deal, in which the shares and the US dollar were raised for months on Trump’s promise to be good for business, and also promised to take a less rigid stance towards banks. The bullish slump has disappeared, and we are seeing profit taking on recent moves that have shown record highs. The reason for doubt is the recent accusation and subsequently the creation of an independent supervisory board to examine allegations that Trump and / or the Trump administration have colluded with Russia in rigging elections in the United States. Former FBI director Robert Mueller was named special prosecutor of the Russian court, and the market expects that tax and other reforms will give way, as the White House is coping with it. Shares will remain under pressure, as traders are cautious, quickly drop stocks if political instability worsens.