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President Trump promotes the U.S. economy in remarks at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
President Trump on Tuesday discussed the global economy in Davos while his opponents process back home ready for his impeachment.
Trump took the stage and touted his government’s policies, create a historical level of unemployment and a new, proactive attitude to the trade. He said the recent trade agreement represents a new model for the 21st century, the of fairness and reciprocity.
In spite of the difficulties back home, Trump recalled that, when he spoke there two years ago, he told them that the great American comeback was officially introduced.
“Today I am proud to declare that the United States said in the middle of an economic boom, the likes of which the world has never seen before,” he said. He went on a vow to never let “radical socialists destroy our economy.”
Trade discrepancies ignored, he said, for decades, tolerated and enabled by other administrations.
But he cheered his landmark US-Mexico-Canada agreement (USMCA), and the China trade agreement and its potential benefits for Americans. He also said the tough negotiations have strengthened the relations with other countries. He said his relationship with China’s President Xi Jinping has never been better.
“He is for China, and I’m for the USA, but other than that, we love each other,” Trump said.
Trump also said that the United States will connect, and contribute a Billion trees initiative to combat climate change. Greta Thunberg, the young climate activist, is also expected to speak at the forum later in the day.
The two-day Swiss-visit, trump will test the ability to find a balance between his domestic problems with an indictment with a desire to project leadership on the world stage. Speculation had mounted that Trump would cancel the trip, due to the Senate study, but the helper said he remains focused on producing results for the American people.
Trump’s positive Outlook in Davos seems a world away from Democrats in Washington who want to see him removed from office. His impeachment proceedings are set procedures to start at 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday with the expectation that they will stretch far into the night on Capitol Hill.
The Democratically controlled house indicted him last month for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress after it was revealed that he pressed it had Ukraine’s President to announce investigations against the former Vice-President Joe Biden, a Democrat and a trump political rivals. Trump withheld foreign aid that Congress had the licence for the Eastern European nation, and dangling the prospect of an Oval Office meeting as a lever.
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Trump denies any wrongdoing and argues that the Democrats want to remove him from office, because, you know, you can’t deny him re-election in November. Trump would be forced to leave office if they are convicted, but the Republican-controlled Senate is likely to acquit him.
Fox News, Gregg Re, and the Associated Press contributed to this report