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President Donald Trump’s Phase One China Trade Deal Result of Negotiator-in-Chief’s Courage

The White HouseWashington, D.C. – “President Donald Trump signed the much-anticipated ‘Phase One’ trade agreement with China after months of hard-fought negotiations,” Representative Jodey Arrington (R-TX) writes in Fox Business.

“This is a monumental achievement for farmers and ranchers in my district in West Texas and across rural America, who will reap the blessings of China’s commitment to purchasing as much as $50 billion worth of U.S. agriculture products.

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This is nearly 100 percent more than the largest amount of U.S. commodities purchased by China since normalizing relations in the 1970s.”

How did it happen? “For decades, as a result of political short-sightedness and economic expediency, policymakers have acquiesced to Communist-controlled China . . . At this critical juncture in history, we are fortunate to have a Negotiator-in-Chief who understands that China is the biggest existential threat to America and, more importantly, who has the political courage to do something about it.”

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“The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 29000 for the first time Wednesday after President Trump signed an initial trade pact with China . . . Both the Dow and the S&P closed at records, while the Nasdaq is within 0.2% of Monday’s high,” Alexander Osipovich and Avantika Chilkoti report in The Wall Street Journal.

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