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easyed598:   Trump didn`t cave-China did. If they renege the tarrifs go in effect after 3 months-Nice try to distort what happen.  If Trump suceeds ,I`m sure you will want to credit Obama as the libs do with all Trump`s achievements.

 

 

 

I'd love to know what you find so inspiring about a serial liar. Not being facetious here, I'm serious. It has to be either you don't care about the lying, or maybe you're unaware of it. Which is it?

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This is a win-win for USA and China and Trump. It is a loss for the Trump hating  Dems who were afraid they would have to pay one dollar more for a shirt and admit that Trump won again.

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Hong Kong (CNN Business) A ceasefire is better than an escalating trade war as far as investors are concerned. Stocks jumped higher around the world on Monday after the United States and China said they would hold their fie on further tariffs for the time being.

 
"The good news is that this truce should be seen as Washington recognizing the potential damage on the US economy if tariffs escalate further," said Tai Hui, chief market strategist for Asia Pacific at JPMorgan Asset Management.
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Trump caves in to China’s demands on tariffs during G20 meeting
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Trump's description of the China trade deal doesn't match the official White House version

  • President Donald Trump's claims about the U.S.-China agreement to pause tariff escalations weren't corroborated by the White House's official statement on the matter.
  • Trump's bold remarks likely reflect the fact that he's under pressure from American businesses to resolve the trade spat.
  • For the U.S. leader, "it doesn't matter to him what the details are as long as he looks strong to his supporters," said Mintaro Oba, a former U.S. State Department official.
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EasyEd said watch today's stock market. He's right, but for the wrong reasons. The market is poised to rise significantly because Trump caved in and canceled his previously announced plan to raise tariffs on China.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Trump didn`t cave-China did. If they renege the tarrifs go in effect after 3 months-Nice try to distort what happen.  If Trump suceeds ,I`m sure you will want to credit Obama as the libs do with all Trump`s achievements.

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EasyEd said watch today's stock market. He's right, but for the wrong reasons. The market is poised to rise significantly because Trump caved in and canceled his previously announced plan to raise tariffs on China. 

 

If it weren't for Trump's idiotic tariffs, the market would be in record territory. Trump is an economic imbecile.

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Not a problem. America is going to win BIG selling soybeans to each other. See how well it has been working so far?------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Looks like it will be a lot more than soybeans with new China trade deal coming----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------This is a Richva post from February 6th,2018
Richva wrote-Well, looks like the Obama market has finally ended and we are now seeing the market's reaction to the Trump administration. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FINALLY-Going to archvive this so when the market goes back up you won`t be whining that it is still Obama`s economy. Can Trump now also take credit for the low unemployment and the best GDP in years,February 6 ,2018---- Watch Trump`s stock market today 12/03/2018

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Silence from trump supporters?  The instant gratification of the Tariffs being imposed wearing off?  It should ............. the 'instant gratification' is ending up costing us and this is just the beginning. The 'Economic-Moron-In-Chief' needs to start listening to economic experts, but then he thinks he is a "stable genius" and knows more than economic experts, socioeconomic experts, and military experts. His "gut" knows better than them. Sad that many trump supporters seem to believe him.  ROFLMAO !!!


"The only thing man learns from history is man learns nothing from history"
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Not a problem. America is going to win BIG selling soybeans to each other. See how well it has been working so far?

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