Must Watch MAGAnomic Overview – Navarro Outlines Trump Economic Roadmap…

Excellent interview by Charles Payne as White House Manufacturing Policy Advisor Peter Navarro outlines how the strategic road map of MAGAnomics is converging.  If you want to see the future, listen to how Navarro outlines what’s coming.

The six MAGAnomic components to pay attention to include: ♦changes to the Universal Postal Union (UPU); ♦HUD Opportunity Zones; ♦America First raw material policy for infrastructure; ♦retail sales strength; ♦the current status of the U.S-China negotiations; and ♦the USMCA ratification.


♦The UPU was one of those archaic policy issues set-up with good intentions, and then maintained by ‘stupid’ politicians well after it should have been renegotiated.  It’s good to hear that mess is coming to an end in October.

♦The Opportunity Zones is a huge internal growth program. President Trump has positioned a federal tax abatement program for money used to invest in revitalizing urban zones. Corporations can now bring back money into the U.S. and position themselves to gain from domestic investment.

The opportunity zone private investment means municipal money to improve infrastructure without the need for federal dollars. Additionally, those areas then get the benefit of new development and building. This is one of the reasons why people living in urban areas are seeing massive increases in the value of their homes and property. Hundreds of billions in tax incentives pouring into areas where some of the most previously disenfranchised voting groups live.  This program is transformative.

♦The intransigent state of U.S-China trade discussions is favorable to the position of America First. Investment into China is frozen because no-one knows the outcome. Meanwhile President Trump is presenting multiple domestic alternatives for those investment dollars (see Opportunity Zones).

However, China has caught on to what President Trump is doing; and as outlined in a recent article from South China Morning Post, they now see President Trump playing the ‘panda mask game’ and Beijing is angered about their own strategy being used against them.  Panda has sad:

“The current situation is very fluid and complicated with a lot of internal deliberations. Things will only be clearer after the negotiations resume,” said the expert, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter in China. (link)

♦House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appears to want to delay any passage of the USMCA. However, as soon as democrat candidates start being questioned about their position the pressure will mount toward ratification. That’s likely the reason why the U.S. media are not asking the candidates anything about trade policy.

The USMCA is structured to the benefit of U.S. workers; the Democrat candidates will likely all align in favor.  The U.S. media are protecting Pelosi et al by keeping the USMCA out of the headlines, but that cannot last too much longer.  It’s only a few ‘tweets’ away from surfacing…  like, maybe, tweets around the next debate?

::nudge, nudge:: – ::wink, wink:: – ::say no more, say no more::

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56 Responses to Must Watch MAGAnomic Overview – Navarro Outlines Trump Economic Roadmap…

  1. redhotsnowman says:

    Charles is great. Ive noticed that I end up with FBN on the TV more than regular Fox. Most of their news people have become unwatchable (Wallace, Smith, Cavuto) They too are being unmasked by this president.

    Liked by 11 people

    • Dutchman says:

      I’m really hoping after 2020 PDJT will have more flexibility and can aggressively unmask the RepubliCONS who are undermining and trying every way they can to slow his agenda.

      While they have blocked many of his nominees, his team of wolverines either don’t need Senate approval, or he snuck them through, when everyone was distracted.

      So much he is doing behind the scenes. Nancy was right today, when she said TRUMP is a master of distraction.

      “Curse you, Villain!”

      Liked by 12 people

      • When he supported Tillis tonight my wife wasn’t to happy, really just a Rino running for reelection. We are supporting Garland at this point.


        • Dutchman says:

          Yeah, I was really hoping he would use his power to endorse more aggressively, to undermine the Rinos.
          Perhaps that whole debacle in Alabama turned him off (as it may have been intended to) from endorsing any primary challengers.
          That was all McConnell, right from the outset.
          With 98% approval of RepubliCAN voters, he COULD oust McConnell or any RepubliCON incumbent, but doesn’t want to be see openly bucking the party, that is covertly and overtly bucking him.

          So, WE must do it.

          Liked by 2 people

      • I think POTUS is pursuing three strategies to get a Trump Congress:

        • Inspire and back STRONG CHALLENGERS to D-rat Seats, as he did at the NC Rally tonight.

        • Leave it to STRONG CHALLENGERS to win Primaries for Republican Seats, and YUGELY support those who succeed.

        • Persuade STRONG Republican INCUMBENTS to become committed Trump Supporters … because it’s in their ECONOMIC INVESTMENT INTERESTS … as WEALTHY lawmakers who legislated authority to themselves for INSIDER TRADING.

        NOTE how effectively he’s forewarning Rally Supporters that the Record-Level Stock Market will PLUNGE if he’s removed from office.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Dutchman says:

          With such high support level from Republicans, higher than RR, I WISH he could support challengers in primaries, to many of these RepubliCONS in Congress.
          I know it ‘isn’t done’, but when has that ever stopped DJT?
          But, I trust his judgement, and Gods guiding hand,…
          HIS will be done!


    • Daniel M. Camac says:

      redhot…You actually watch TV? God bless you. I do a quick look at FBN online, then OANN and then CTH to get the truth. Then I go to Twithead ,which I would never have done until VSGPDJT started tweeting, so I can actually see his tweets before social media tries to edit or cut to their “base”. Luckily, they can’t do it and I get to hear THE TRUTH from our VSGPDJT! BTW- Charles is a big fan of mine although I do listen to “I’m Pretty Fly for a White Guy” occasionally. Charles still likes me cuz like our President, he isn’t racist either. If we could remove all the politicians who call other people racists we would be in a whole lot better shape. I’m done here.


      • Maquis says:

        “If we could remove all the” PEOPLE “who call other people racists we would be in a whole lot better shape.”

        It’s pathetic and destructive and getting murderously worse.


  2. Debra says:

    Thank you, President Trump, for the compilation of talent to assist you in managing the country.

    And, thank you to those talented, for so graciously sharing that talent with we, the people.

    Liked by 5 people

  3. Dutchman says:

    Can’t recall all the details, butcseem to recall that Chinese government subsidises SHIPPING between China and the U.S, as well.

    And WHO do we know, who’s wife and in-laws are deeply into shipping products from China to U.S., Hmmm?

    No conflict of interest their, huh Mitch?
    And your Sec.of Transportation wife?

    Liked by 5 people

    • OSP says:

      I’ve been puzzled from Day One about PDJT’s selection of Chao for this position. I guess he has his reasons for keeping her (friends close – enemies closer, maybe?).


      • Dutchman says:

        Art of the Deal? Had to do it, maybe. Praises her a lot, makes me sad. The party hierarchy; even as they were working against him, undermining him, he has to keep up appearances.


        • OSP says:

          No one in Congress will bring up her China business ties (at this point in time anyway), because most are beholden themselves to China.


          • Dutchman says:

            They are ‘beholden’ to Mitch; first rule in Congress, do not challenge TPTB. Granted, on the Democrat side, the squat squad is diing exactly that, and proving to be a real pita for the old guard.
            A dynamic that goes beyond Congress to the party.
            I guess the equivalent of the squad, on the Republican side would be Nunes, Meadows, Jordan etc.
            But notice how they are very careful never to question or threaten the leadership?
            Never directly ‘called out’ Ryans abysmal performance as Speaker.
            Jordan challenged Ryans heir apperent McCarthy, for Speaker but he never had a chance, really.
            And no one challenges McConnell. No one votes to recess.
            Maybe WE can do something about that,…


      • Stillwater says:

        The main thing I come up with when I think about why Chao having a position in the cabinet is Trump needing Mitch McConnell’s help in reforming the Judiciary.


    • mj_inOC says:

      Yes, we Treepers know Mitch’s expiration date has expired, and he’s just hanging on to shelf-life.
      Anyone want to join me and nominate LA Senator Kennedy, “They [the Squad] are the reason there are directions on a shampoo bottle”? Too funny, yet true.

      Or maybe Lindsay wants it?


      • Dutchman says:

        God NO, not Lindsey. That would be same old wine, brand new bottle!
        Kennedy could be fun. Thing is, WE have NO say on who is Caucus leader in Senate or House.
        The MEMBERS vote, and ee would need a revolt of Congressional Republicans, to topple the current leadership hierarchy.
        See how when Ryan retired, he had McCarthy waiting in the wings?
        McConnell already has his replacement, all lined up.
        So even toppling someone like McConnell, doesn’t change anything, if you don’t change tje fundamentals.


  4. getfitnow says:

    FTA – Dr. Carson, like many of President Trump’s cabinet members, has been attacked by the Left. Yet, it may be that the politics of perpetuating poverty is being truly threatened by the good doctor’s prescription. Carson shared with the audience a bit of his own life experience in poverty and being raised only by his mother after his parents divorced. To Carson, housing means more than just having a roof over one’s head. It is, more importantly, a place where families are raised. And, his leadership at HUD reflects that internal perspective. As a result, the strategy he is employing at HUD has reduced homelessness in several parts of the nation—especially for veterans.

    He explained that President Trump believes that a rising tide floats all boats. So, the revitalization of the economy under President Trump permits a focus beyond the horrible problems of homelessness.

    Liked by 17 people

  5. rashomon says:

    Econ 101: do not by from your competitors. Transparency.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. DJT2020 says:

    The opportunity zones is an amazing plan to revitalize those areas. I know Trump does not care if he gets the credit for this but I do. These are urban areas whose voters vote D down the line and will be benefiting from MAGA. I sure hope Trump’s team rolls out a publicity campaign to inform the people in these areas where the help is coming from.

    Liked by 10 people

    • mj_inOC says:

      Attention: Brad Parscale!


    • livefreeordieguy says:

      “What have you got to lose?”, the man said to the people in those urban areas. And slowly, but surely, they have seen with their own eyes that they had nothing to lose and a lot to gain… Those gains have been real and need to be shouted out loudly over the next 16 months.

      Liked by 1 person

  7. Maquis says:

    UPU facing a certain death is awesome. “Fix it.” Brilliant.
    *Can Amazon mailing scam be far behind?

    Opportunity zones tied to repatriation of profits is a stunningly powerful move.
    *Zero tried to send the ghettos to the rest of us via Section 8, PDJT is sending prosperity and opportunity to the ghettos instead.
    **Zero was all about Lose-Lose, PDJT about Win-Win-Win!

    China: Bad Panda alternates between mad & sad. Too bad!

    USMCA: I hope to see a campaign that extolls all the benefits for both US and Mexican workers as well as Canadian citizens, which also outlines what NAFTA has done and why China and the Globalists (Worldwide Slavers) are freaked about it.
    *A nice brief Sundance style bullet point brief for Patriots to argue the case would be fabulous! (hint-hint)

    Thanks SD, you amaze daily.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Perot Conservative says:

      Mexican President here tomorrow to lobby Congress for USMCA!?

      Liked by 2 people

    • Unfortunately what needs to happen is the border closes, USMCA does not pass, and a capitalist revolution washes over Canada and Mexico. Everything else is a band aid easily ripped off by the next communist in democrat clothing voted in as President.
      Remember all the long-settled issues and awful Econ policies pushed by the Sortero administration? Sadly, they will never change nor quit until every last one is jailed or executed.


  8. Perot Conservative says:

    Maybe USMCA gets mentioned tonight?


  9. Deplore Able says:

    USMCA tweets are coming? You mean VSGDJT has the 2020 campaign all planned out? But MSM says that he is unstable and impulsive. He is not the type to plan things out and think steps ahead of his opponents. MSM is wrong again. The tweets are coming.

    ::nudge, nudge:: – ::wink, wink:: – ::say no more, say no more::


  10. fred5678 says:

    “As of 2018, US companies pay more than twice as much to mail an item from a US plant to a US customer than does a manufacturer in China to mail an item to a US customer.[14][15][16]

    On October 17, 2018, the United States declared its withdrawal from the UPU, effective October 17, 2019, with the US planning to switch to self-declared rates.[17] ” Wiki


    Liked by 8 people

  11. luke says:

    Holy crap my internet was down before I made my comment before about Trumps candidacy.

    I replayed the vid and kinda started doing something else. At 1:20 when he talks about her brother the water I was drinking poured out my nose and I started choking. Thank goodness I was already over the sink 😉.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. DJ says:

    For those who don’t know him, Chas Payne is the real deal. His is a rags to riches story and he is MAGA through and through. If you want to watch just one hour of business news, his show is the one to watch. The honchos at Fox do impose their “balanced” edict on him, of course, so his show is not devoid of liberal idiot guests, however. (I just figure that’s what the mute button is for.)

    Liked by 4 people

  13. Pammipoo says:

    I freely admit to having had to look up the UPU. I never really heard of it before. I just kinda assumed that the USPS somehow shared revenues with other countries. I learned something new here (again!) 🙂

    Liked by 2 people

  14. grlangworth says:

    Politicians…they are nervous little shaking chihuahuas squeak-barking and snapping at the heels of the actual real-world guy who’s going about his business. It’s a wonder he notices. But as thorough as PDJT can be, he doesn’t stomp them out. He just leads them around until they are worn out from their rising hysteria.

    They cannot get PDJT out of their heads. Too bad for them, but they certainly deserve it.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Europe Joins U.S. Companies Moving Out Of China
    “The percentage of China-leaving businesses surveyed by quality control and supply chain auditor QIMA was 80% for American companies and 67% for those based in the European Union.”
    “European companies are less affected by the trade war because their countries have not slapped tariffs on Chinese imports. But QIMA thinks they have their own reasons to reduce their dependence on China manufacturing. Most are diversifying throughout southeast Asia and closer to home. “


  16. GB Bari says:

    Navarro was fired up for this interview. His optimism and confidence are infectious. His responses were delivered impromptu and he wasn’t searching for words. All the marks of a man who knows exactly what’s happening and understands the details and the effects.

    We are very fortunate to have him on the team. I’d say PDJT has assembled the best trade and commerce team of all time.

    Liked by 4 people

  17. mj_inOC says:

    And Roy Moore is running again, I understand.
    Successfully, LORD willing. He is a man of conviction.
    Our POTUS missed that one, thanks to Senate so-called leadership… [Just like 2012 when McConnell convinced Cruz to only support incumbents. Another opportunistic snake.]

    Having worked in the Senate, once there, they are so arrogant and condescending. Look at CA’s senators.

    Is there one state that has two competent conservative members of the US Senate?

    Let’s fix that in 2020, RNC and Brad Parscale!


    • Maquis says:

      Moore is floundering badly.
      Hope he doesn’t pull an Arpaio…


    • See post above on POTUS’ Strategies for a Trump Congress.


    • CountryDoc says:

      I lost faith in Moore. Our Christian foundation is important to me, but several of his “stands” seemed more like publicity stunts for relatively superficial issues. Trump astounds with his accomplishments which are clearly in favor of the foundational principles of the U.S. Republic, and grandstands when it is obvious.

      His publicly manipulative actions, tweets, statements, are usually disruptive catalysts for something that has been set up carefully and the timing is right, or they are a diversionary tactic to get people drunk on the possibility of impeachment while he accomplishes something else important under the radar of the TDS lemmings.


  18. mj_inOC says:

    Great analogy!
    Was bitten as I tried to open the mouth of a no-leash chihuahua running across a parking lot attacking my Yorkie who was on her leash, one Christmas ago. Thankfully, Orchard Hardware Christmas Tree salesman had more strength to pull it away.
    Never fond of that breed, even after Legally Blonde, and now even less so.


  19. Pyrthroes says:

    Some days ago, Sundance reminded us that Europe’s postwar reconstruction under Truman’s unprededented Marshal Plan [Wilson-Lloyd George-Clemenceau’s VersaillesTreaty, anyone?] was funded by U.S. tariff payments designed not only to protect the Continent’s nascent NATO rebuilding vs. Stalin’s USSR but to foster massive reinvestment from the Channel to Adriatic and parts East.

    Paradoxically, the country that truly grasped this opportunity was Ludwig Erhard’s bifurcated Occupied Germany, whose Wirtsschaftswunder (“economic miracle”) rocketed skyward by dismantling National Socialism’s “corporate State” straitjacket. (For the record, Rooseveltian Gen. Lucius Clay did not approve.)

    Meantime, having ditched Churchill for Labour’s Clement Atlee months before Hiroshima, Britain subsided into twenty years of self-inflicted doldrums. Not only did Atlee surrender two centuries of Empire to Fabian Socialist dirigistes (there were other ways of shedding Colonialism’s snakeskin), but Labour’s demagogic disincentives forfeited all prospect of regaining the world stage (think Macmillan’s response to Hungary and Suez, 1956).

    So, here comes Pres. Donald J. Trump, spurring against Globalists’ crypto-communal/fascist Red, Green, and withal Blue Dragons virtually alone. As time wears on, and Erhard-type results accumulate, history will accord Trump Prosperity its due, while as for DC’s current tinctured “Gulp of Magpies”: May Pelosi, Schumer, Gangrenous and all their blighted kin “suffer a perpetual itch, with no means to scratch”.


  20. sucesfuloser says:

    Do what you think is best in the primaries, fight for your beliefs, but once they are over, we must unite and vote for the one who won the primary whether our choice or not. We need to win the house again; this time Americans are woke on how the house must help President Trump; we need a House leader who is a activist, not one who is a passivist. We don’t play to “Get along”, no more.


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