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John Harwood
ex-GOP Cabinet official Carla Hills, who fears China may no longer feel able to offer Trump even a face-saving trade deal: “It’s tragic the way we’ve handled his whole thing from the beginning”
No president wants to face voters in an economic downturn. But if that were Trump's only concern, he never would have pursued his haphazard trade policy in the first place, John Harwood writes.
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Nanny Marilyn #HERE, RIGHT MATTERS Aug 14
He doesn't deserve one
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Tzippy Shmilovitz 🤦‍♀️ Aug 14
Replying to @JohnJHarwood
It’s tragic the way we’ve handled his whole thing from the beginning - the story of America since 2016.
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Cathie Laama Aug 14
Replying to @JohnJHarwood
Get real - there is no "we" in this equation. This whole debacle rests on one person's shoulders, the "very stable mental genius" who told us "trade wars are easy to win."
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Ross Berger Aug 14
Replying to @JohnJHarwood @joshtpm
"It's tragic the way we....." could be the title of the history books on this administration once this monster is gone.
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George Haberman Aug 14
Replying to @JohnJHarwood
I suspect we are reaching a trade war critical mass where new supply lines and markets will be unalterable,leaving the U.S. out in the cold.
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Lisa Aug 14
We are already there with a lot of agricultural goods. China found new suppliers, we proved unreliable. They won't be back.
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Stephen Miller’s Bride 🆘 Aug 14
Replying to @JohnJHarwood
Chinese investors will probably be in there with the Steve Mnuchins of Wall St buying up foreclosed farmland
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Seamus Aug 14
Replying to @JohnJHarwood
The real tragedy is their continued support.
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