“I’d get him a McDonald’s hamburger and I’d say we gotta get down to work, because you can’t continue to devalue (the Chinese currency)”, Trump said Monday night on Fox News.
“The criticism today from Fiorina, Trump, et al is incoherent but that’s not the point – they have someone to blame: the current administration and, of course, China”, Vallerie said.
Chris Johnson, a former top China analyst at the Central Intelligence Agency, says the rhetoric on China is “different from the standard stuff” because Beijing refuses to address US concerns on issues such as cyber security. “We’ll ensure that our carrier fleet is sufficient to support forward deployment of a second carrier to the Pacific”, he said.
“Look, it’s not so much the companies‚ it’s our government that allowed China to do this to us”, Mr. Trump said. “We lose to everyone”, he stated.
U.S. companies have flocked to China to manufacture their products because of lower wages and an undervalued currency. “But the President in last year’s visit to China didn’t pull any punches, and I wouldn’t expect him to this fall either”, the White House official said.
But Fiorina mostly blamed the Federal Reserve.
It is expected that Beijing will urge the White House to remain committed to its “one China” policy based on the Three Joint Communiques.
Rice met Xi and Chinese officials on Friday during her two-day visit to Beijing aimed at fine-tuning the agenda for next month’s summit between U.S. President Barack Obama and Xi. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) against an establishment Republican, which he admitted is not exactly within the realm of possibility.
The stock-market situation can change quickly, as evidenced by Tuesday’s market surge.
“Why would we be giving one of our highest things a president can do – and that is a state dinner for Xi Jinping, the head of China – at a time when all of these problems are pending out there?” he told reporters on Monday.
Got that? When China is doing well, it’s a plot to take down America; when China is struggling, it’s also a plot to take down America.
The statement comes days after Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a GOP presidential contender, called on Obama to cancel the upcoming state visit. “There’s serious work to be down rather than pomp and circumstance”.