President Trump is a process guy and understands money

President Trump understands money and his team’s priority is to rebuild American businesses as fast as they can; because corporate leaders in the US now realize if the middle class is stripped of their wealth, those same corporations will be left with nothing. What this means is the US does the “Trump turn”, or move closer to social chaos and possibly even civil war. President Trump and the people he has assembled around him are “process people” and that likely translates to if you want to get along start trading fairly.
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Source: Anti Media

Trump Seems to Have Successfully Bullied Japan into Creating American Jobs

(ANTIMEDIA) Tokyo — Days after President Donald Trump accused Japan of devaluing its currency in order to gain an unfair trade advantage over the United States, the Pacific Rim nation now appears ready to significantly increase consumer ties with U.S. companies.

From an exclusive interview conducted by Reuters:

“Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is considering increasing energy imports from the United States, two sources familiar with the plan told Reuters, as he prepares to meet President Donald Trump, who has complained about Japan’s trade surplus.

“Japan is putting together a package of plans for Japanese companies to invest in infrastructure and job-creation projects in the United States for Abe to take to the Feb. 10 meeting with Trump in Washington.”

Citing a top Japanese business executive close to Abe, the news service writes that the prime minister’s major concern going forward is figuring out precisely what Trump is looking for.

“(Abe) wants to know what’s the most important thing for Trump,” the executive reportedly said, as quoted by Reuters. “If it is the trade surplus that Trump cares the most about, then we could come up with a few possible solutions.”

The source added that Abe’s approach to Trump will be “not accommodating, not opposing.”

As Anti-Media has reported, Trump’s nationalistic “America First” policy has put the U.S. in a tight spot in terms of international trade. Many analysts are worried about the future of global markets, particularly in a world that’s appearing increasingly willing to conform to China’s push for economic globalization.

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