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#BREAKING Trump's only regret on China is 'not raising the tariffs higher': White House
“The President was asked if he had ‘any second thought on escalating the trade war with China’. His answer has been greatly misinterpreted. President Trump responded in the affirmative - because he regrets not raising the tariffs higher.”
White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham later issued a statement seeking to clarify Trump's comments and suggesting the only thing he regrets is not placing higher tariffs on Chinese goods.
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Tule pa je transkripcija originalne izjave (na spletišču BH):
Q Mr. President, any second thoughts on escalating the trade war with China?
PRESIDENT TRUMP: Yeah, sure. Why not?
Q Second thoughts? Yes?
PRESIDENT TRUMP: Might as well. Might as well.
Q You have second thoughts about escalating the war with China?
PRESIDENT TRUMP: I have second thoughts about everything.
Q Are you going to declare a national emergency on China?
PRESIDENT TRUMP: Well, I have the right to, if I want. I could declare a national emergency. I think when they steal and take out, and — intellectual property theft, anywhere from $300 billion to $500 billion a year, and where we have a total loss of almost a trillion dollars a year — for many years, this has been going on — in many ways, that’s an emergency.
I have no plan right now. Actually, we’re getting along very well with China right now. We’re talking. I think they want to make a deal much more than I do. We’re getting a lot of money in tariffs. It’s coming in by the billions. We never got 10 cents from China. So we’ll see what happens. But we are talking to China very seriously.
Včasih ga malo zanese. Recimo po krizi so ravno Kitajci Čikaško borzo postavili na noge. Se razume, s svojim kapitalom.
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Automobiles and automotive parts are front and center in our country’s ongoing trade battles, making up a significant percentage of the thousands of items impacted by tariffs. In fact, according to the Boston Consulting Group, the U.S. imported roughly $10 billion a year in automotive parts alone from Chinese manufacturers before the tariffs went into effect.
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