Donald Trump is right about China and economic issues in US
You know he's a republican right? Their economic philosophy is feudalism masquerading as a free market system. The best part is, their logic is beyond stupid. They don't believe in regulation, yet they want to regulate trade with China.
Think about that. Why would it makes sense in the USA to have no regulations, but when it comes to international trade, then suddenly their should be regulations? Their entire philosophy is contradiction and lore.
Everyone here knows that point of a business is to make profit. We all agree on that. Right? So then why do they think businesses create jobs? Businesses only create as many jobs as possible, and pay as little as possible to maximize profit. That just makese sense, yet they throw around silly buzz words like job creators.
The issue isn't China, the issue isn't Mexicans, the issue isn't anything other than rich powerful people making laws that benefit themselves.
The black plague gave the masses a little more power in feudal europe because there weren't enough people and feudal lords had to compete with other feudal lords for limited labour supply. World War 2, the fumes of which we are still living on today, allowed a massive expansion of the middle class because women were mobilized in huge numbers and the government put everyone to work and was made huge dollars lending money to England and France. Massive amounts of wealth moved from England and France to the United States which was used not to buy yachts but to create a middle class. 70 years later and all that wealth has been sucked right back up the top of the food chain, to the new feudal lords and it will take some massive change to get it back. They aren't going to hand it back. And if you're insane enough to think Billionaire Donald Trump is the answer to billionaires exploiting the general populace, well wonderful.