"I don't like it at all," Trump said during his address at the National Association of Counties Legislative Conference in Washington, D.C..
"I'd like to see our Fed lead instead of being led," the president added.
The Fed slashed rates Tuesday (March 3) by a half percentage point in an emergency move designed to insulate the nation's economy from the impact of the coronavirus.
The president also Tweeted on Tuesday, "The Federal Reserve is cutting but must further ease and, most importantly, come into line with other countries/competitors.
We are not playing on a level field.
Not fair to USA.
It is finally time for the Federal Reserve to LEAD.
More easing and cutting!"