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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Donald Trump's China 'Currency Manipulator' Reversal and Other Flip Flops | National Review

Rush Limbaugh was right in his way: What Trump said during the campaign was, in fact, a load of nonsense deployed for the purposes of steamrolling the other side in difficult and delicate negotiations. What Limbaugh and the rest of Trump’s admirers missed is that it wasn’t NATO and the Chi-Coms and Enrique Peña Nieto on the other side of the negotiating table getting hornswoggled.

It was them.


Which is better--to be swindled by Trump or, uh, overpowered by Clinton? I wonder.

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I think Jim Rickard's has a good analysis on this:

Posted by: Steve | Apr 19, 2017 5:37:29 AM