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Varney: How Trump can hold China accountable
Varney: Trump not ‘happy’ with China
FOX Business’ Stuart Varney on how President Trump can hold China accountable for recent behavior.
FOX Business’ Stuart Varney, in his latest “My Take,” argues President Trump is not happy with China’s recent behavior amid coronavirus and rising tensions in Hong Kong, as the conversation around accountability heightens.
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“We're about to hear from the president,” he said. “He's ‘not happy’ with China. The Hong Kong crackdown, lying about the virus, stealing our science. He's really ‘not happy.’ What can he do?”
Varney said there are several options in holding China accountable including new tariffs, offering financial incentives to remove American companies from China, ending special trading status with Hong Kong and targeting college students with Chinese military ties.
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“That appears to be happening already,” he said. “Maybe there are other options. We'll find out soon. But clearly the world's two largest economies are on the brink of another clash and that means trouble for everyone.”