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DANANG, Vietnam (AP) — Hours after leaving Beijing, President Donald Trump on Friday delivered what appeared to be a sharp rebuke to China, railing against trade practices he says have put Americans out of work and warning that the U.S. would no longer "turn a blind eye" to trade abuses.
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So what is he asking Vietnam to do for the US? Provide more inexpesive goods that will leave more people in the US jobless?
Is he straying from his script or did Mke Pence lose control of him less than halfway though his Asian tour..

I think Vietnam remembers the protacted war that killled over a million people not too many decades ago
with the sole aim at taking away their freedom of choice.
Eisenhower admitted that 80% of the Vietnamese people in the 1950s wanted to vote for Ho Chi Minh.

Japan still hates our guts for dropping atomic bombs on two of their cities.
Does he have a deal to make or is he just blowing smoke like he does when he's at home.

Remember Mr. Trump, Viiet Nas is not a nulear power. At least not yet.
Their manufacturing capibilites can best be use in their own homeland.
They have no intertists in bringing the US further to its knees.

The quagmire has already set in.

Could Tromp's "art of the deal" be sitting a course for an American bankrupcy like he's done for at least
four or his enterprises, what with his silver spoon fed life typical of an American Oligarch?

If only most of the people of the US could see what he's up to... Asia certainly can.
He's already alienated the party most convenient for him. See the local election results of the past week.
Republicans are running away from him in droves.

Vietnam had a checkered past with China but don't think he can win them over wtih a forked tongue.
Just ask the native Americans


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