By redpill   |  03-01-2018   News
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The President of the United States of America - Donald J. Trump - has consistently placed American industry first - and today has announced new "punitive" tariffs on foreign imported aluminum and steel - to give a much-needed bolster to those sectors crucial to the economy.

Under President Trump, every industry in America which has suffered for decades as a result of previous failed Administration's efforts to protect them, have been given the spotlight they deserve in securing the right to compete.

The President tweeted, "Our Steel and Aluminum industries (and many others) have been decimated by decades of unfair trade and bad policy with countries from around the world," he wrote. "We must not let our country, companies, and workers be taken advantage of any longer. We want free, fair and SMART TRADE!"

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Our Steel and Aluminum industries (and many others) have been decimated by decades of unfair trade and bad policy with countries from around the world. We must not let our country, companies and workers be taken advantage of any longer. We want free, fair and SMART TRADE!</p>&mdash; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) <a href="">March 1, 2018</a></blockquote>

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With new tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum, it promises to guarantee America-made products from within those industries not only have a fighting chance but can proactively counter the cheapened influx of foreign steel and aluminum which have plagued numerous businesses with slumped sales around the globe.

When America elected President Trump, he promised to once again protect our own companies inside the United States of America, and today's announcement can be seen as another promise delivered.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">.<a href="">@realDonaldTrump</a> announces punitive tariffs coming next week on foreign aluminum and steel. 10% on aluminum, 25% on steel - no endpoint being announced</p>&mdash; John Roberts (@johnrobertsFox) <a href="">March 1, 2018</a></blockquote>

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The 10% tariff on foreign aluminum and 25% tariff on foreign steel will promise that those who buy American inside the United States of America not only give exponential gains towards our economy but keep American workers and employers in business.

The market is pushing back against the President's moves, however, fearing that these tariffs will somehow "launch a trade war," in what's seemingly a rebellion against the President's of the United States of America's goal of protecting American workers.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr"><a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#BreakingNews</a>: Major averages end down more than 1% after <a href="">@POTUS</a>&#39; tariff comments. <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) <a href="">March 1, 2018</a></blockquote>

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The President is right, there are foreign companies which sell their steel for a high price at home and then in return dump their steel into America at a low price in an effort to hurt America's industry.

Several GOP Congressman wants to see new laws in place similar to the President's regulatory reform policy which will add legislation to stop those nations from selling their steel at an unfair price in America, but many have critiqued this new tariff announcement from the Administration believing it will backfire against American farmers and agriculture if nations we impose tariffs against do the same in return.

It's crucial the President of the United States of America place value on American workers, but we're unsure as to whether the response from our competitors will result in tariffs imposed against goods from the United States of America in return.

We have to do more to protect America, regardless of the global trade spectrum views the nationalist policies as endangering trade abroad.

The President hopes to also use India as a trade replacement for China, in efforts to bolster any would-be losses from other sectors of industry, and it's time for the American people and Congress to trust the President as he moves forward with these improvisational measures protecting Americans.


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nadine No. 19701 1519968116

iim not sure. peace through strength,sounds like a vrry good idea. what scares me a little is spelled out in the last sentence. im not sure what is meant by protecting america's source. im not sure what the Goldwater is. if the goldwater is exploitative does that mean protecti g not asking anyone to care about me but only to care about what they do. im not even sure i believe this article actually exists. seems fake.i think the President is a genius. very intelligent. i dont think there is anyone better in the world to do his job than him. so i guess 8 just have to trust him because there isnt anyone who is more suited and also he seems kind. i dont understand all of this so i would say eberyone should get behind president Trump.we are so lucky,just not everyone knows,not everyone knows he trying to save them.sometimes i start to worry im wrong but then i think about it and know im right. i can see he is determined. its amazing to see the determination no matter what. he doesnt seem effected by all the negativety never saw anything like it before. thats all i have to say

Anonymous No. 19722 1519996693

Tl;dr bitch, not a wall of text of shit spelling and grammar. And the chinks have been overselling steel in the American market since the 1980s and killed factories here and moved them to their cheap labor-laden shores.

Anonymous No. 19734 1520012412

The sad truth is our steel industry as well as our automotive industries are strangled by the unions. Unions had their place but its not now. I have worked for both types. Union and non union and I can tell from experience that union shops are stuck with a bunch of useless lazy workers where non union shops can be way more efficient by promoting and retaining employees for their skill not their seniority. Seniority plays into it but skill level is way more important to an efficient industry than how long someone stuck around. Currently we struggle to find new qualified employees so we pay generally higher and are way more flexible with employees schedules. Not to forget that the unions instruct their minions who to vote for especially during presidential elections. And they always lean left.

To get back on track with the tariffs, this will hurt my industry as we consume 1000's of tons of raw steel annually, as well as plenty of aluminum.

Also expect the cost of domestic cars and trucks to increase 10 -20% in the near future.

This isn't what I voted for! I want to see the swamp creatures held to account for the crimes against America, the wall, and the illegals sent packing!!

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