Chinese-American columnist: Trump’s tough stance on Beijing is just what world needs

Chinese-American columnist: Trump’s tough stance on Beijing is just what world needs

by WorldTribune Staff, June 16, 2019 Critics charge U.S. President Donald Trump with “coddling” Chinese supreme leader Xi Jinping (the president once referred to Xi as “king”), but he “has doggedly pursued what he believes are America’s national interests (especially in trade) and has aggressively challenged China in ways that no American president has done […]

China on the ropes: Analyst argues no deal is good deal

China on the ropes: Analyst argues no deal is good deal

by WorldTribune Staff, May 10, 2019 Trade discussions between Chinese supreme leader Xi Jinping’s top trade envoy and his U.S. counterparts in Washington ended on May 10 without an announcement of an agreement. New U.S. tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods went into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, after the two sides were […]

Kudlow on trade war fears: Blame China, ‘Trump is first president to fight back’

Kudlow on trade war fears: Blame China, ‘Trump is first president to fight back’

by WorldTribune Staff, April 5, 2018 The U.S. finally has a president who is standing up to China, which “is not playing by the rules” on trade, newly-appointed National Economic Director Larry Kudlow said. “Blame China, not President Trump,” Kudlow said on April 3. “Because they’ve been going on for many years. Trump is really […]