Day 936: Trump Just Blinked On His Trade War With China. So What’s Now? | The 11th Hour | MSNBC

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Day 936: Trump Just Blinked On His Trade War With China. So What’s Now? | The 11th Hour | MSNBC
Day 936: Trump Just Blinked On His Trade War With China. So What’s Now? | The 11th Hour | MSNBC
Play 936 of the Trump Administration and as the headline writers put it tonight, the president is apparently and just about all members of the business community and he’s backing off imports from China. They were to take effect in just 3 weeks but would be delayed now until December 15th, u.s. Customs. So far, that’s the only attractive thing that we’ve collected 60 billion dollars from China compliment to Dinah, but just in case they might have an impact on people. A lovely done it latest Trump selling trade rep filled in the details. The products affected include cell phones, laptop computers, video game console certain computer monitors certain where and clothing tariffs are passed on to Consumers who pay the cost. The president has been pushing the opposite notion that somehow China would pay for the tariffs, because they do that you’re not paying for those tariffs, tariffs, which is fine with me. Here’S how our friends over the Associated Press put it tonight quote: Trump’s ongoing trade war with China has had a consistent impact on the economy and the stock market, which has dropped with each of his previous announcements of tariffs. Today stocks Rose after his announcement that he’s delaying some of the terrorist, but there were uncertainty about our economy, political reports. There are concerns on Wall Street about growing recession, warnings, and that quote over just the last few days, Economist at Goldman Sachs Morgan Stanley Bank of America warned the trumps bitter trade war with China is taking a bitter bite, a bigger bite of economic growth than expected. Today, Trump seem to hope that some sort of trade deal with China could be reached, but Beijing is dealing with a bit of a distraction right now and Hong Kong more on this potentially Monumental story ahead for us this hour in the meantime from today went to Pennsylvania to talk to work economy, but the event came off a lot more like one of his rallies and I put a little thing called a 25 % tariff on all of the dump steal all over the country, and now your business is driving. I don’t know who’s going to win, but will have to hit Pocahontas very hard again if she does win, but she staging a little bit of a comeback. What a group Pocahontas and sleepy Joe, I don’t think they give a damn about Western Pennsylvania. Do you this thing is costing me a fortune being president, it’s probably from 3 to 5 billion for the privilege of being a great job, thanks for watching MSNBC on YouTube. If you want to keep up-to-date with the videos were putting out you, can click subscribe just below me or click over on this list, as he lots of other great videos?
Trump takes a walk back on tariffs on Chinese goods and says he’s just thinking about holiday shopping — he also today estimated that just being our President is costing him billions of dollars.
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