Listen: China, President Trump And Congress discussed on 1A
"To lay out your. Case against us. What the congress did against us unconstitutional? You make this argument that we are violating threatening America's national security will prove it prove it in court of law, and the reason the timing on. This is interesting is it comes at the very moment that President Trump is trying to cut a trade deal with the Chinese and the question. The Chinese have is will President Trump say to Xi Jinping, the Chinese president, look if you make a deal with me on trade, I will take a while way off drop it right proved in a court of law. They say is that the standard here. Do they have to prove that way is a national security risk. I mean, look I on much smaller scale. I remember congress going after shrimp grown in China saying, it's not safe. It was perfectly safe. It was a trade slap. Do we know exactly what this is are there legitimate national security concerns with Weiwei and do we have to prove it? Or is it enough to have the concern and cut them off care? Well, you know, this is the basic problem with with China and relations with China. Because it certainly in congress and with various administrations, and with some reason there's an assumption that the Chinese companies are the Chinese government, even though while way argued again, and again, again, we are not the Chinese government. I think when you have a government like China's you can make a good argument that it has its hand in everything even if that hand is not exactly visible. What the what why has said is under the constitution? This is a this is a Bill of -tainer. It's called saying that you cannot congress cannot act against a company without"