Donald Trump facing the ‘biggest challenge the world has seen’ in trade war with China

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Stephen Kinnock discussed the trade war between China and America with talkRADIO’s Mark Dolan. Mr Kinnock labelled managing the rise of China as the “biggest geopolitical challenge” the world has faced for some time.   

Mr Dolan asked: “Are you sympathetic to Donald Trump’s trade war with China?”

The Labour replied: “I think that we need to be much more realistic in the way that we trade with China.

“They have stolen intellectual property and they do dump products onto the market, which pushes prices down.

“I think some of the measures that President Trump has taken in getting a more balanced and level playing field of trade have been steps in the right direction.

“I am certainly no friend of Donald Trump, I criticise him across the board.

“But managing the rise of China is the biggest geopolitical challenge that the world has faced for some time and will continue to face.

“We need to be united in our approach.”

Yesterday President Trump ridiculed China at his press conference for their handling of the coronavirus crisis.

President Trump said: “Europe became very infected from China, a gift from China, not good.

“They should have stopped it, they should have stopped it at the source.

“But it’s a gift from China and a very bad gift, I will tell you that.

“How comes at Wuhan where it started, they were in bad trouble but it didn’t go to any other parts?”

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He continued: “It’s didn’t go to Beijing, it didn’t go to other parts of China.

“Then you say how come it came out to Europe, to the world, to the United States?

“Somebody has to ask these questions and we’ll get down to the answer.

“Make of that what you will.”

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