Trump promises to end US reliance on China if reelected
Trump said that if voted to power, in the next four years, he will make America the manufacturing superpower of the world.
US President Donald Trump has vowed to end his country’s reliance on China once and for all if voted to power, expressing disappointment that the post-coronavirus relationship with Beijing does not mean the ”same” to him as he would not forget the virus that came from there. Addressing an election rally on Friday at Newport Virginia, a battleground State for the November 3 presidential election, Trump said that the US economy was doing great, then we got hit with this virus from China.
“They should never have let it happen. We won’t forget it. We closed up, we saved millions of lives. Now we’ve opened up, opening with records, he said. The US is the worst-affected country from the virus. Over 200,000 Americans have lost their lives and devastated the country’s economy, resulting in the loss of millions of jobs,” Trump said.
Trump said that if voted to power, in the next four years, he will make America the manufacturing superpower of the world. We will end our reliance on China once and for all, he said.The coronavirus pandemic hit the US soon after Trump signed a trade deal with China, for which his administration had negotiated with the Chinese for more than a year. The US and China in the beginning of the year signed Phase-1 of a trade deal, ending a bitter two-year tariff war that had rattled the global economy.