August 28, 2017
President Trump is intending to impose import tariffs on Chinese-made goods in his most recent push against the globalist economic agenda.
Sources say the president made a command during an oval office meeting with his Chief of Staff John Kelly, former Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, and Economic Adviser Gary Cohn.
President Trump reportedly said the tariffs on the Chinese imports are necessary, because China is taking advantage of the U.S. domestic market.
The president called some members of his team “globalists” for their failure to carry out his “America first” agenda.
The Chinese government strongly opposes the proposed tariffs.
President Trump’s request to slap tariffs on China arrived in the immediate aftermath of an investigation into China’s trade abuse of intellectual property rights.