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Tiffany M. Moore Oct 16
.⁦⁩ Editorial Board: “Tariffs are also taxes, and they have negative economic consequences. Mr. Cotton’s plan would take a giant step toward making the GOP the Tariff Party, as in the 19th and early 20th centuries.”
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Jon Gold Oct 15
Enough Is Enough: Are Damaging Ohios Economy
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Jay Smith Oct 16
Saluting the American FAMILY Farm. It is sad how much the small farmers are struggling to stay afloat. We need free trade policies
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Louis Biggie Oct 15
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Trump sanctions Turkey by imposing import taxes (that Americans will have to pay) or Turkish goods!
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Mike Schmitt Oct 16
None of this is good for consumers or businesses. Our elites continue to believe they know how to spend your money better than you do ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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JK Stock Investing Oct 10
a report in the South China Morning Post suggested no progress had been made during high-level talks this week, and that Chinese vice-premier Liu He would be leaving Washington earlier than expected.
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DrivingAmericanJobs Oct 15
A 25% tariff would have a devastating impact on the automotive and parts industry, because the industry is truly global. Learn more at our website:
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Jon Gold Oct 11
Retailers welcome progress on trade, say administration has listened to concerns
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Hannah Oliver Oct 16
Alternative idea: Get rid of tariffs that way Uncle Sam can save itself the trouble of redistributing the wealth.
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Cheer-Up Oct 13
True, but I don't think the would be comfortable wearing plastic pumps that were made in China.
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Jon Gold 3h
From the latest roundtable - Why U.S. farmers may be disappointed with latest China trade deal via
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Jack Polakoff Oct 15
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Trump does not have a winning team of economists. Just his Herbert Hoover-like judgment and harmful .
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Jon Gold Oct 9
TOMORROW: Pittsburgh Area Businesses, Farmers and Local Non-Profit to Discuss Impact
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Jon Gold Oct 10
ICYMI: Pittsburgh business community weighs in on impact of (Pittsburgh Business Times)
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Jon Gold Oct 10
More than 5,000 tariff-exemption requests have received no decision in more than two months. via
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Jon Gold Oct 9
Trump’s Trade War Has Cost Americans $34 Billion So Far – And That Number’s Only Going Up
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MakeAmericaSaneAgain Oct 12
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
It’s no day to celebrate for the many farmers devastated by your tariffs. Farmers won’t be fooled by your lies again.
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Mike Jenkins Oct 13
Imagine that. Goldman Sachs Tells Admin That Americans Are Paying 100% Of His Tariffs
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MakeAmericaSaneAgain Oct 12
Replying to @PeteButtigieg
Possibility thwarted by Trump’s tariffs.
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Jon Gold Oct 9
Trump’s Trade War Could Put Swiss-Size Dent in Global Economy, I.M.F. Warns
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