President Trump on Friday blasted his counterparts in China yet again, promising to put his goal of “America First” trade policies to the test with an additional $267 billion in tariffs against Chinese imports.
The long road to American success is paved with the defeat of China's long-term exploitation of the US. Trump is now issuing a new set of threats - $200 billion in duties.
“The $200 billion we are talking about could take place very soon depending on what happens with them,” President Trump said outside Air Force One.
“To a certain extent it's going to be up to China,” Trump said. “And I hate to say this, but behind that is another $267 billion ready to go on short notice if I want. That changes the equation.”
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<blockquote>President Donald Trump on Friday threatened to hit China with tariffs on another $267 billion worth of goods.</blockquote>
<blockquote>That would be in addition to existing tariffs on $50 billion worth of goods and apparently imminent tariffs on another $200 billion.</blockquote>
<blockquote>The move would bring the US-China trade war to a fever pitch.</blockquote>
<blockquote>US stock indexes dived following the news.</blockquote>
Just two weeks ago, President Trump fired shots against China,<a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/34877-President-Trump-Fires-Long-Range-Tariffs-on-279-Chinese-Products-to-Put-America-First"> White House sending new tariffs of 25% on over 279 products</a> originating from the Communist Chinese mainland.
The Trump Administration’s efforts to thwart the Chinese government comes at a time they have been found to have been training Chinese fighter pilots to strike US-based targets in what most perceive as an effort to prepare for the inevitable war with the greatest country on Earth, the United States of America.
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Showing the power of our President, the Dollar gained around 0.4 percent against China's yuan immediately after he spoke.
Terry Miller of Fox Business recently said, “China can't match the United States on tariffs,” and President Trump seems to know it.
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The US Trade Representative’s Office has been sent almost six-thousand total comments on the $200 billion proposals over the last seven days. White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow says the President is willing to review all concerns beforehand.
“The President himself has said we will evaluate the comments and we will make a decision regarding the $200 billion,” Kudlow said on Bloomberg Television.
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“We’ll make a decision on the volume, on the rate, on the timing, I don’t want to get ahead of that curve,” Kudlow said. “It’s out there.”
“We are still talking with China on a number of issues, Kudlow added.
“Those talks will continue to go on. We want lower [trade] barriers across the board,” Kudlow said in closing.
President Trump has the most brilliant trade tacticians on his team and consults daily with inquiries from these economic geniuses on the status of every single import.
There is no doubt he considers the desires of America, and the success of American products, above and beyond all else.
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