Donald Trump Blasts China On Twitter

Donald Trump blast China for currency devaluation, military build up and taxing American imports.

Donald Trump is making it clear he will be a hardliner on American protectionism and the corporate media is going to be up in arms as Trump looks to undo the globalist policies of their parent companies that are destroying the U.S. economy.

After being blasted by the media for taking a phone call from Taiwan because it might make China mad Trump doubles down and makes it clear he will not be pushed around by China.

In his latest Tweet storm he first attacked China for devaluing their currency which makes it hard for American companies to compete because of the wage and cost difference in the two countries due to the currency manipulation.

He then took China to task for heavily taxing American imports which prevents American companies from out competing local Chinese business.

Finally he blasted China for building a massive military complex in the South China Sea where they have been saber-rattling against Japan and the United State over the last several years.

Trump succinctly wrapped up these three attacks in two Tweets while rhetorically asking if China asked the U.S. if it was okay to do these things before responding with a resounding “I don’t think so!”


Did China ask us if it was OK to devalue their currency (making it hard for our companies to compete), heavily tax our products going into their country (the U.S. doesn’t tax them) or to build a massive military complex in the middle of the South China Sea? I don’t think so!


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