The U.S. and China: Trade War Or Not?

April 10, 2018 10:16 AM

The escalating trade dispute between the U.S. and China have been steal headlines from the mainstream media so far this month.

Some outlets are questioning if this is causing waning support for President Trump in rural America.

On Friday, the president announced his cabinet would look into imposing an additional $100 billion worth of tariffs to protect farmers, and he’s instructing Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue to create a plan to help.

Despite the tension and growing concerns, some economist say this still isn’t a trade war.

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Spell Check

bad axe, MI
4/11/2018 06:37 AM

  Donald when you print 70 trillion in house debt , which by the way is more than all the countries of the world combine you create hyper inflated asset values in house , which created you and Uncle Wilber your right hand man wealth. So in the eleventh hour when the sun is setting on the US dollar and everyone around the world is switching to the China Yuan , because of the amount of fiat US dollars floating around the world that are worthless except in house. You and the powers that be don't want to lose your standard of living so you pump everyone up that tariffs are going to save us that China is the evil power. Isn't that what Germany did in the 30's with Hitler they had worthless money , Hitler had the rallies and trade disputes and look where that got him .


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