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139 views • May 14, 2019

US China Trade War: ’Trump is Not Going to Back Down… This is a War of Values’—Curtis Ellis

Why exactly did progress towards a US-China trade deal apparently slow down, and President Trump finally enact his promised 25% tariff on 200 billion dollars in Chinese goods? What will the impact of this be on the US-China trade war, and can the Chinese communist party be trusted to live up to any deal at all? Today we sit down with Curtis Ellis, who was special advisor to the Secretary of Labor in the Trump-Pence administration, and is now a Senior Policy Advisor with America First Policies. We discuss the rationale behind President Trump’s tariffs on China, and the longer-term implications of the US-China trade war—and US-China relations overall.
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