President Donald Trump is weighing for really huge measures to take on the Chinese Communist regime as he is summoning more opinion support from the mass of the Monaco rally in Pennsylvania.
Trump tweeted on Tuesday regarding CCP’s intervention in Hong Kong. “Many are blaming me, and the United States, for the problems going on in Hong Kong. I can’t imagine why?” said the President, “Our Intelligence has informed us that the Chinese Government is moving troops to the Border with Hong Kong. Everyone should be calm and safe!”
Earlier, Trump called the Hong Kong protests “a very tough situation” and “a very tricky situation.”
At his latest mass rally in Pennsylvania, Trump held on to swallow some of his hard words targeting the Communist regime.
“We are doing well and we’re fighting against a lot of countries that have taken advantage of us for many, many years. But they’re not doing it so much anymore. And in a little period of time, they won’t be doing it at all anymore. They have taken advantage of this country.” Trump is here playing Taiji with his language.
In a related move, U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo met with China’s top foreign policy official Yang Jiechi on Tuesday in New York, and apparently discussed the situation in Hong Kong.
Yesterday the stock markets rose a bit when President Trump decided to take back some of the tariffs to be added. “We’re doing this for Christmas season, just in case some of the tariffs would have an impact on US customers,” Mr Trump told reporters in New Jersey.
Although the CCP dictatorship has once again sent its groups of lobbyists to Washington to beg for a trade deal with “absolute promises”, or Yang Jiechi may have come with another secret letter from Xi Jinping to Donald Trump, the majority of the U.S. Administration are clear-minded on the nature and “tacticts” of the terrorist regime.
Politics in Washington is complicated, CCP killer Guo Wengui said hours ago, the following 48 hours shall be critical for Hong Kong. Guo added he is watching the developments closely as the CCP lobbyists are going to have at least three tables of meals in the U.S. capital tonight.
Guo said he is fully confident that things would turn out to be victorious for the people of Hong Kong.
By Cloudy Seagail
Related remarks of President Trump on American Energy and Manufacturing | Monaco, PA
We are doing well and we’re fighting against a lot of countries that have taken advantage of us for many, many years. But they’re not doing it so much anymore. And in a little period of time, they won’t be doing it at all anymore. They have taken advantage of this country.
The political class in Washington gutted your factories with horrendous trade deals — horrible. NAFTA — one of the worst trade deals ever. By the way, World Trade Organization, it made China. China made themselves. They did a good job. But they ripped off our country for years, and with our money and World Trade Organization backing. And then they took advantage of the rules of the World Trade Organization. And I’m being nice when I say “took advantage.” Much more than “took advantage.” They went up like a rocket ship. They were flat-lined for 100 years. And then, one day, World Trade Organization — a terrible move.
And, you know, we were losing all our cases until I came along. We were losing all our cases in the World Trade Organization. Almost every case, we were — lost, lost, lost. They thought we were stupid. They were the ones ruling.
And then I came along. Now we’re winning a lot of cases because they know that they’re not on very solid ground. We will leave, if we have to. And all of the sudden, we’re winning a lot of cases. We’re winning most of our cases.
Like, for instance, they view certain countries — like China, India, many countries — for a long time, they viewed them as “they’re growing.” Right? They’re “growing nations.” We’re a “mature nation.” They’re growing. These are “growing nations.”
Well, they’ve grown. And they had tremendous advantages. But we’re not letting that happen anymore, okay? We’re not letting that happen anymore. Everybody is growing but us. You know, they’re all “growing nations.” We have to work with them, but nobody ever wants to work with the United States. It’s a disgrace. But it’s changing, and it’s changing fast.
We’re lucky. You go to places like China, they don’t have oil and gas. They don’t have it under their — they have to go buy it and then they devalue their currency and manipulate their currency. And that costs them a fortune to go out and buy it. They hurt themselves in the long run. But they’re devaluing all over the place, as others are.
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