President Trump would be well advised to steer away from the rhetoric of Candidate Trump in dealing with the world’s second biggest economy
It may well be the greatest test of whether the cold reality of office dampens the campaign rhetoric of the next occupant of the White House. Out on the stump, there was no doubt which country Donald Trump held most guilty for the loss of American jobs and saw as the major obstacle to making America Great Again. But going head to head with China would involve a nexus of problems that a business-savvy chief executive should wish to avoid. So will Trump’s natural combativeness and the pumped-up feelings of his core supporters prevail, or will reason force itself on him?
Going head-to-head with China would involve a nexus of problems that a savvy chief executive should wish to avoid