National Trade Council Director Peter Navarro Discusses Ongoing Trade Initiatives…

National Trade Council Director Peter Navarro appeared on CNBC, prior to today’s massive U.S. stock market increase, to discuss ongoing trade initiatives.

U.S.T.R. Robert Lighthizer is currently conducting simultaneous bilateral trade negotiations with South Korea, Philippines, Vietnam, Australia, China (way-points), Japan, Mexico/Canada (NAFTA) and the European Union.

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24 Responses to National Trade Council Director Peter Navarro Discusses Ongoing Trade Initiatives…

  1. Osugagal says:

    If the press would give President Trump credit for even just a little bit of what he is doing his approval ratings would be through the roof. MAGA

    Liked by 14 people

    • Y/O, says:

      I say it’s better that the media keeps doing what they are doing. Saying everything President Trump is doing is bad, he must be impeached, the American people must stand up. They went over the cliff, jumped the shark, long ago. The more anti-Trump they are the more Trump supporters we get. Funny how that happens.

      Liked by 8 people

  2. Coldeadhands says:

    Peter Navarro ~ Making America great again while exposing dragons and giving the entire EU agita and ulcers.

    Liked by 9 people

  3. fleporeblog says:

    I absolutely love Peter Navarro! He consistently starts every interview by sharing our President’s 4 Pillars!

    1) Deregulation
    2) Energy Dominance
    3) Tax Reform Bill
    4) Trade Negotiations

    1) Deregulation across every single sector of our government. They are now on the cusp on reforming Dodd-Frank for medium & small size banks allowing small businesses to borrow money 💰 more easily.

    2) Energy Revolution is allowing our country to process 10+ million barrels of fuel a day. That number will be increased to over 12+ million barrels a day over the next couple of years. By 2023, we will lead the world in fuel ⛽ production.

    3) The Tax Reform Bill has allowed companies and corporations to not only remain in our country but to return to our country because the Corporate Tax Rate is at 20% and there is a minimal tax on bringing money 💰 back into our country. Also keep in mind that equipment can be
    deducted in full the same year it is purchased.

    4) Trade is the final piece of the puzzle! You could not have worked on it before the other three pieces because the RINOs would have realized the President’s plan and would not have passed the Tax Reform Bill.

    2018 is going to be the year of getting our trade situation dealt with.

    People are going to be shocked next year when our real GDP annual rate goes from 2.3% in 2017 to 2.7% in 2018 to 4% in 2019. That increase will have everything to do with the fact that our President saved our country $250 Billion dollars 💵 from our trade deficit.

    2019 we will also have 5 LNG refineries up and running. We currently have one. 2020 our country will be looking at 5%+ real GDP!

    The Economic Plan is absolutely breathtaking and brilliant!

    Liked by 20 people

    • Alison says:

      You cannot measure success if you never establish quantifiable goals & consistently, accurately evaluate your progress. President Trump does this so well, and Felice’s constant postings on this particular example always give me a boost.

      Govermental bodies measure little except money spent. It frosts me no end when a State Dept bloviator (or any other agency) blares about the $ millions going into a specific program. I don’t give a farkus how much is being spent. I want to know the EXPECTED cost/benefit ratio and the ACTUAL RESULT in quantifiable, verifiable terms.

      Liked by 7 people

    • NoJuan Importante says:

      so just 2.7% gdp this year? was hoping to crack 3

      Liked by 1 person

      • fleporeblog says:

        NoJuan the sad truth is that even though the economy is booming and people are more confident in it and are willing to purchase, that drives the import versus export wedge even higher. Keep in mind that the deficit is completely subtracted from real GDP.

        The 4th Quarter is a perfect example. Christmas shopping was off the charts compared to the previous year. Up nearly 6%. Yet the initial GDP came in at 2.6%. On Feb. 28th it was revised to 2.5%. Tomorrow will be the final revision. I anticipate it staying the same.

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        • NoJuan Importante says:

          Looks like it went up quite a bit.

          Liked by 1 person

          • fleporeblog says:

            You are right! A bittersweet surprise! Had we gotten it to 3.0%, we could be dancing today because it would have been the 1st time since 2004 that we had 3 consecutive quarters of 3% or higher GDP.

            It did allow us to have this graph which is like sunlight to a vampire that says the Economy is because of Barry!

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  4. fleporeblog says:

    Theresa May can stick a banana 🍌 in her a$$ by demanding the exemption become permanent! She and the rest of the MORONS have until May 1st before they have to pay the piper.

    I advise her and the EU to get in contact with Ambassador Lighthizer as quickly as possible to negotiate a fair and reciprocal agreement l

    Liked by 12 people

  5. Y/O, says:

    What a day! Thanks Sundance. Looking forward to tomorrow. The coup d’etat’s machine’s dashboard warning lights are flashing. Their machine (media) is making many contradictory & conflicting ‘messages’ every day now.

    Liked by 7 people

    • TheWanderingStar says:

      The keeps returning to their old standbys but they are not getting the traction they once enjoyed. Their insanity is they continue to double down in spite of the odds.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    I don’t know how much longer these MSM shills think they continue this “lying by omission ” charade of not reporting on all of PDJT triumphant accomplishments. However, the longer they continue, the deeper the hole they are digging for themselves.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. TMonroe says:

    They’re working and active for the country’s benefit, rather than the unacceptable activities in previous admins.

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  8. Rynn69 says:

    Sundance does a fantastic job keeping us all informed on trade. It is also quite refreshing to see President Trump’s team unabashedly supporting the agenda and singing full-throated praise for his accomplishments thus far. This will only get better.

    Liked by 9 people

  9. TheWanderingStar says:

    I love this sh!t.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. NavyDoc says:

    The news media needs to keep chasing the shiny objects, rabbits, and squirrels that Trumps throws their way. Gay boy Anderson Cooper needs to keep shining the light on slut girl Stormy Daniels.
    That way Donald Trump and the rest of America can get on with the real business of this country and make America Great Again.
    The two most important aspects these trade negotiations are jobs and national security. Anything and everything that is related to our national security needs to be made in America.

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