This is HUGE.
Before departing for Maryland’s Presidential compound on Marine One, President Donald Trump answered questions from the press for over 20 minutes.
During that time, Trump revealed that a stunning 13% of companies will be leaving China and doing business elsewhere due to the tariffs put in place by Trump’s administration.
“It’s a bad situation they put themselves in. And I just saw, it came over the wires that 13% of certain companies are going to be leaving China in the not too distant future. That’s a big thing. 13% of companies will be leaving China in the fairly near future. And I’m not surprised to hear that. And I think it’s going to be much higher.”
Simply put, Trump’s tariffs are working. He’s putting pressure on China in the right places – and if they don’t try to reach a deal with Trump soon, they’re going to get squashed.
Needless to say, this development could disrupt the entire global economy. Donald Trump is effectively forcing China to meet his demands or he’ll take away their dominance of world trade.
This has been Trump’s plan for at least 30 years.
Countless interviews exist of him saying that America was being taken advantage of by other countries and that all it would take is rough negotiating. And now Trump is doing just what he said needed to happen.
The best part about all this is that Trump couldn’t have picked a better time to bring China to the negotiation table. With the large amount of protests happening over there along with their weak economy, this is a perfect time to force them to meet America’s demands.
Quite frankly, China doesn’t have a leg to stand on.
This is something that Obama, Bush, and Clinton all had the power to do during their presidencies. Yet, each of them chose to remain compliant with the abuse of other nations without once making a strong demand on the behalf of the American people. Shame on them all.
Trump is doing exactly what needs to be done. Yet the media isn’t talking about his success because it completely exposes their cowardice and countless failures.