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Trump Stands up to Unfair Steel Trade Practices

Trump signs executive order

President Trump signed an executive memorandum Thursday prioritizing an investigation into unfair trade practices in steel importation. “As imports of steel to the United States continue to rise, an examination of foreign practices is urgently needed,” the White House said in a statement. Recent reports by the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) have found that steel imports injure the ...

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North Korea’s bluster may save struggling U.S. coal industry

Donald Trump Digs Coal

North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un may have inadvertently revitalized America’s coal industry by continuing to develop and test nuclear weapons and missile technology. According to Reuters, China issued an order on April 7th ordering all ships carrying North Korean coal to return to their home ports without unloading their cargo. A source at Dandong Chengtai, one of China’s biggest buyers ...

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Philippine President Blames Obama for Chinese Aggression

Rodrigo Duterte

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte accused former U.S. President Barack Obama of inaction when China began building artificial islands in the South China Sea which resulted in the international tensions in the region. “Why did [Obama] not reprimand [China]? Why did you not send five aircraft carriers? You had to wait for the problem to ripen to an international issue involving, ...

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WH: Trump Agrees to Honor ‘One China’ Policy on Call with Chinese Leader

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President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping held a lengthy phone conversation Thursday night during which Trump agreed to honor the “one China” policy. President Trump agreed, at the request of President Xi, to honor the “one China” policy which places Taiwan under Chinese rule. Trump has formerly challenged Chinese initiatives in the South China Sea and among trade partners, ...

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U.S., China Discussing Drone Seizure Through Military Channels

Seaglider UUV

A statement from the Chinese Foreign Ministry says that American and Chinese officials are “appropriately handling” China’s seizure of a U.S. unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) by communicating through military channels. “It is understood that China and the United States are using military channels to appropriately handle this issue,” the ministry said in a brief statement. Oceanographic survey ship USNS Bowditch ...

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Trump Announces Pick for Ambassador to China at Iowa Rally

Terry Branstad

President-elect Donald Trump announced his pick for U.S. Ambassador to China in Iowa Thursday night at one of the USA Thank You tour rallies. Trump announced that he would be nominating long-time Governor of Iowa Terry Branstad the position of United States Ambassador to China. The Trump campaign had issued a statement earlier on Thursday putting Branstad forward as the ...

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Trump and China Engage in War of Words

trump-and-china-war-of-words

President-elect Donald Trump unleashed a Twitter storm at China on Sunday night and the Chinese used their State-run propaganda outlet to fire back. “Did China ask us if it was OK to devalue their currency (making it hard for our companies to compete), heavily tax our products going into their country (the U.S. doesn’t tax them) or to build a massive ...

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Cirincione caught lying about the Iran deal

Trust, but let Iran verfy - A.F. Branco political cartoon

The proponents of the Obama administration’s deal with Iran are getting very desperate. Unable to defend the deal on its substance, they are resorting to blatant lies and ad hominem attacks. This propaganda is being orchestrated mainly by the treasonous Ploughshares Fund (an organization which seeks to disarm America unilaterally), in tight concert with the Obama White House. Ploughshares’ president, ...

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China can’t help itself – another round of cash injections on tap

China’s central bankers announced Wednesday that they would be injecting another huge amount of cash into the stock market and imposing trading rules to curb recent volatility. In a move intended to cushion the recent market crash, the People’s Bank of China dumped $22 billion (140 billion yuan) into the Chinese stock market this morning and the government will limit ...

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Explosions at Chinese port leave catastrophic destruction and more than 50 dead [Video]

aerial footage of Tianjin

Huge explosions rocked a hazardous materials warehouse in the Chinese port city of Tianjin killing at least 50 people and injuring more than 700 others. “I thought it was an earthquake, so I rushed downstairs without my shoes on,” Tianjin resident Zhang Siyu, said in a telephone interview. “Only once I was outside did I realize it was an explosion. ...

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Currency War? Cheap Chinese goods about to get cheaper

Chinese renminbi

The Chinese central bank cut the value of the renminbi (yuan) by 1.9% sending other Asian currencies downward and making Chinese exports even cheaper for foreign consumers. Australia, Singapore and South Korea saw their currencies drop more than one percent as speculators expect those governments to cheapen their currencies to keep the price of exports competitive with China. The People’s Bank of ...

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Liberals Never Stop Seeking To Disarm America Unilaterally

USS Arleigh Burke Fires Tomahawk missiles

Liberals never give up in their campaign to disarm America unilaterally. As the service lives of the components of America’s nuclear triad – the missiles, the aircraft, the submarines, and the warheads – come to an end, the Pentagon will have to replace them with new ones in the years ahead. Liberals believe this is a great opportunity for them ...

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China Catching Up With, And Overtaking, the US Militarily

A graph published by Rep. Randy Forbes (R-VA-04), demonstrating how the Chinese military (PLA) is overtaking the US armed forces in terms of capabilities. Back in 2012, I predicted that: “The PRC will replace the US as the world’s top military and economic power no later than in the next decade, and probably much sooner than that, so relations with ...

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