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Blog For 10/02/2018: Morning Edition

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1…………>Today’s White House Tweets: President Trump


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Great reviews on the new USMCA. Thank you! Mexico and Canada will be wonderful partners in Trade (and more) long into the future.

  1. 52 minutes ago

    Happy 7th birthday to Tristan, a very special member of the Trump family!

  2. 15 hours ago






 2…………> Global Trade: Trump Style


President Trump Has Just Revolutionized Global Trade by Replacing NAFTA with USMCA “Trump administration negotiators reached a major agreement with Canada on trade over the weekend. The breakthrough, which came on the heels of an earlier deal with Mexico, vindicates President Trump’s tough approach to reforming trade and will mark a fundamental turning point for American jobs and global power,” Christian Whiton, Senior Fellow at the Center for the National Interest, writes for Fox News. By reinvigorating American car manufacturing and aiding our farmers, “the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), which replaces the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), is much more than just a new name.”





3………..> Chinese Reporter Outburst: Get Ready


A state television reporter named Kong Linlin disrupted in a rude nationalistic outburst  a Conservative Party conference in the Islamic May’sdom of UK about human rights in Hong Kong, as she scuffled and slapped an organizer before refusing to leave, declaring she has “the right to protest” in a “democratic UK.”

She was removed and briefly arrested, followed by China demanded apology, one of them from the Chinese embassy, which said: “In a country that boasts freedom of speech, it is puzzling that the Chinese journalist should encounter an obstruction.”





4…………> South China Sea Powder Cake: Tick, Tick…..


A Chinese warship has forced an American destroyer to change course in the South China Sea by sailing close to it in an “unsafe and unprofessional” manner, as USS Decatur that was sailing past the Gaven and Johnson reefs in the disputed Spratly Islands was cut off by a Luyang destroyer “approaching within 45 yards [41m] of Decatur’s bow”.

Why is the South China Sea so important? China lands bombers in the South China Sea China, and claims a vast area, known as the “nine-dash line,” routinely accusing the US Navy of provocation and interference in regional matters.




5…………> Ready For The Spratly’s: AG600


Photo taken on Oct. 1, 2018, shows the AG600, China’s independently-developed sizeable amphibious aircraft, under high-speed taxiing test on the water in Jingmen, central China’s Hubei Province. The AG600 has completed the high-speed taxiing test on water Monday. (Xinhua/Photo provided by Aviation Industry Corporation of China, Ltd.)


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