Listen: China, Donald Trump And United States discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Been that this is a new policy of the United States and what we're really seeing is whether and to what extent China will accommodate itself to that. How much does China really need the United States is one of the questions that will get answered, but to your broader question about Washington and has there been a revision in the way that? Policymakers politicians here are looking at China, and I think the answer to that is yes. And even in a in a sort of bipartisan way, it's clear that the previous consensus here of globalization of integration, essentially of the Chinese into the global economy on the theory that, that would give them much more incentives to be a good actor on the international stage. We've really moved quite far away from that in both parties. And so there are some inherent support. I think for Trump policy of being much tougher in negotiations with the Chinese the interesting thing for him, is that he faces a real political risk. He being Trump here because it's many of the farmers and other voters in red states stays the supported Donald Trump who are feeling the initial pain from this trade war, which Haina, and how is he going to calibrate that how does he balance the risk to his own base? He's been almost fanatical in obsessing over this. Ace and the minority of Americans who supported him their"