Friday, May 31, 2019

President Trump says both China and Iran have become weakened nations

The art of the deal: Trump has China and Iran in a pickle.

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump told reporters in front of the White House on Thursday that the tariffs he imposed on the communist nation are having a “devastating” effect and will lead to a “deal.”

“The tariffs are having a devastating effect on China,” he explained. “People are fleeing the country with their companies… and they’re even coming to the United States because then there are no tariffs.”

“China wants to very much make a deal,” he said. “China has become a very weakened nation just like Iran has become a very weakened nation.”

Withal, President Trump maintains that inflation and pricing have gone up very little for U.S. consumers in response to the tariffs but said on the flipside the tariffs have wreaked havoc on the Chinese.

As a caveat, President Trump also announced on Thursday that he plans to impose tariffs on Mexico in response to the migrant crisis.

Not to mention, the harsh words the commander-in-chief had for the Democrats who appear to be asleep at the switch.

“Hard to believe that with the Crisis on the Border, the Dems won’t do the quick and easy fix. Would solve the problem but they want Open Borders, which equals crime!,” President Trump Tweeted.

“Mexico has taken advantage of the United States for decades. Because of the Dems, our Immigration Laws are BAD. Mexico makes a FORTUNE from the U.S., have for decades, they can easily fix this problem. Time for them to finally do what must be done!”


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