in the vicinityVideoAri Fleischer on trump-China trade deal
Ari Fleischer on trump-China trade deal
President Trump’s ongoing trade talks with China, if successful, would be the top of the legacy Element of his presidency, according to Ari Fleischer.
Trump continue to press Chinese officials to their markets, free and have will help you cut down on theft of intellectual property, Fleischer said Wednesday on “Special Report”.
“All of that has taken over things, President Trump, this is claimed to be the long-lasting, far-reaching, what he’s doing,” the ex-White-House-press-Secretary of Ex-President George W. Bush.
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“If he China, to eventually behave like other Nations around the world, and follow the rules of the law and not cheat and not to steal from American companies to do business in China, there will be a dramatic long-term impact on the American people and our economy and good for the rule of law around the world.”
Fleischer said he believed the President is the first in recent memory to use tariffs as a stick to the conditions of competition in respect to trade.
“His willingness to do things that no other politician – in tariffs as a way to bring China to the table and the lever – I salute to him for this,” he said.
“Economists will say, you do it, it is a mistake. He could prove all wrong on this. And so far, so good.”
Trump spoke on the subject during the previous remarks Wednesday in a joint press conference with the Polish President Mr Andrzej Duda.
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“We had opened China to trade, and the is said a great thing you have never done that,” the New York Republican.
“We had taken to theft of intellectual property and to disappear all of a sudden, these things started at the end, after you have fully negotiated and I think we will. at the end of a deal with China”