BREAKING: Donald Trump Doesn’t Blame China for Trade Deficit

Donald Trump doesn't blame China for trade deficit. The picture shows China's Xi JinPing and his first lady and US Donald Trump and Melania during the visit in China for ASEAN 2017.
US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping (both in the middle) together with their First Ladies during a visit to China for ASEAN 2017. (A screenshot from China Xinhua News facebook page in a live coverage courtesy by CGTN.)

During China-US business exchange, US President Donald Trump and China President Xi Jinping witnessed the signing of $253.5 billion for business deals. Also, during this exchange, US President Donald Trump admitted that he didn’t blame China for its trade deficit to a shocking number estimated to $500 billion a year. Rather, he blamed it for the US past administration.

I don’t blame China. After all, who can blame a country for being able to take advantage of another country for the benefits of its citizens? I gave china great credit. . . . I do blame the past administration for allowing these out of control trade deficit to take place and to grow.

Donald Trump calls for a greater security cooperation and respect for the rule of law as major keys for even greater peace and prosperity. He also addressed to continue improving business deals and strategies between China and US.

On issues about security, especially threats that North Korea can pose, President Donald Trump expressed gratitude for China’s implementation of economic sanctions against the North Korea. Donald Trump further said as what he also addressed to the National Assembly that the United States is “committed to the complete and permanent denuclearization of North Korea.” Trump believes that China under Xi Jinping leadership could “fix the problem easily”. Moreover, Donald Trump calls on all nations to implement the UN Security Council sanctions against North Korea, including cutting off all banking ties with NoKor. He even calls on Russia to help achieve that common goal.


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With MBA units specializing Marketing Management from PUP Graduate School; a former stringer for Allvoices and political opinion contributor for Yahoo! Contributor Network. He has been a freelance textbook editor and writer since 2010. He is also a former textbook editor in several Philippine textbook publishing companies; passionate about politics though apolitical. For feedback, concerns, or stories worth telling send it to:  [More…]

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