National Trade Council Director Peter Navarro Discusses Tariff Position Against China…

National Trade Council Director Peter Navarro appears on Fox Business News to discuss the “reciprocity” proposals and the ongoing confrontation with China. Despite the honest examples provided, it is transparent from the delivery Navarro is attempting to calms the nerves of Wall Street.  “EC” Economically Correct, presentation – Watch:

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16 Responses to National Trade Council Director Peter Navarro Discusses Tariff Position Against China…

  1. Ayo says:

    This is a marathon, not a sprint. People have been deceived, and voted enemies of the state into congress in some instances. Bit by bit, the ship of state would be set aright. Stay the course, never, ever give up.

    Liked by 10 people

    • Jan says:

      Exactly the way you train for a marathon…exactly the way you run it…WE THE PEOPLE have to stay the course, but meanwhile we have to find some Conservatives to run for 2018. EVERY incumbent running in the Fall is suspect, except for heroes in the Freedom Caucus & a couple of Senators. Where the H is Cruz?? You don’t have to like Pres. Trump to get out there for WE THE PEOPLE. If you’re insulted that Pres. Trump cited a National Enquirer article that implicated your father in the assassination of JFK, I get it. BUT what have you done for me (or us conservatives) lately? NADA!!! Get re-elected

      I think I found our new theme song, WTP….Janet Jackson’s “What Have You Done For ME Lately”. This is directly aimed at every Republican–you talk the talk BUT you are enthralled with lobbyists who fill your coffers to over-flowing. If you don’t support Pres. Trump, then you are against WTP.

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  2. parteagirl says:

    Sorry, China, your free ride is coming to a halt. It’s about time.

    Liked by 3 people

  3. RedBallExpress says:

    Maybe the Chinese will give it back! From 1994:

    Kaiser Steel Corporation plant, built at a cost of $287 million, became a symbol of wrenching changes in the economy, its roaring furnaces burdened by international competition, environmental regulations, labor disputes and the encroachments of corporate raiders. Within three years it was closed.

    Now, since early last year, the mill has been the scene of one last burst of activity: 300 Chinese workers from the Shaogang Steel Corporation in Beijing have been cutting, unbolting, dismantling, marking and crating the 55,000-ton mill and shipping the pieces to southern China for reassembly.

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    • Brant says:

      I’m sure Krugman loved it.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Kaco says:

      Right, burden our U.S. plants with unreasonable regulations with cries about the climate, then sell it off to the Chinese to go willy nilly with no thought to the climate, cheap labor, cheap manufacturing practices, cheap, cheap, cheap and then try to sell the inferior result back to us. Who are they fooling? Don’t ever tell me we need to “save the planet” again while you enrich a communist nation as well as yourselves.

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  4. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Despite the honest examples provided, it is transparent from the delivery Navarro is attempting to calms the nerves of Wall Street”

    With “Trillions” at stake, of course there are going to be hissy fits. I would not be surprised one bit if those Ponzi scheme operators of the Stock Market somehow crash the market to try and get the President to change his mind.

    NO WAY – We see the path out. It will not be smooth, but it will be worth it in the long run. We did not shut down American manufacturing overnight, so we certainly cannot restart it overnight, either.

    That is why our President got all those CEO’s together before he did this. So they can make the long-term decisions necessary and that President Trump was not going to capitulate under any circumstances.

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  5. Foolsgold says:

    Let’s use the word reciprocity, I like that word says our POTUS!

    Liked by 1 person

  6. fleporeblog says:

    Peter Navarro referenced this in his interview that Charles Payne tweeted about!

    Liked by 3 people

  7. MVW says:

    Yes, all the pieces work in the plan, it can’t fail. Only one fly in the ointment, our politicians are not owned by us and our voters are manipulated by propaganda, psyops, hard left organizations, and mega social media corps like Google. Then there is voter fraud.

    Alabama, Pennsylvania (lost by 600 votes, likely vote fraud swung the vote), elections were lost.

    So, yes China has massive vulnerabilities, we have someone or group manipulating our government. All China has to do is give in a little, wait out Trump until they buy enough politicians, sway enough elections by hook, crook, and knife…

    Liked by 1 person

    • quintrillion says:

      Corruption and propaganda is always an underlying problem and we need many more morally honest individuals in key positions who know right from wrong and work FOR America not for self-interest or anti-American globalism.

      American can only survive with strong moral characters that bless & honor our Creator.

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  8. stats_guy says:

    the honest answer is that since Bush I we have had a policy lift up foreign enities…and that fight nicely into the union-busting policy of Big Business.

    So now people are terrified of China…a trade war that would destroy the US, It is a shame that Trump has to deal with all this with the angle biters. Shumer and his republicans are happy the way things are. Oh sure, let’s give the unemployed in the rust belt state Welfare. That should help.

    As David French has noted, all these people are losers. Right the people who build the steel, and the myriad of products that we used are losers.

    This country has a sickness in it.

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    • Hoosier says:

      A trade war with China would destroy China. They are much more dependent on us than we are on them. We essentially have their balls in a vice and are very slowly cranking. When they say Uncle is up to them.

      Liked by 1 person

  9. Victor says:

    Please, people – the only way out is to support PT, get involved, walk the streets, talk to your friends, family, neighbor … Keep the stuff basic- do not complicate issues.

    Liked by 2 people

  10. Buck Turgidson says:

    These global trade economics and markets issues are in the wheelhouse of the Trump administration. We hold the high cards and Trump has a superb team including Navarro. The markets have been wildly overreacting the past couple of weeks b/c mental midgets in the media go breathless over the notion that we are not going to let China call the shots on tariffs, currency manipulation, intellectual property and so on. They have been taking us to the cleaners and the media morons don’t have enough fundamental trade and economics knowledge to understand this. Going in the right direction on all this bigly.


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