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Tweet Friday: Trading Relationship and Trade Hard-Liners

tweet friday: These massive payments go directly to the Treasury of the U.S. tweet Friday, according to Vancouver Courier. This is not how tariffs work. At stake in the rupture is a trading relationship between the world's two largest economies that employs nearly 1 million Americans, supplies affordable goods to U.S. households and, in the view of Trump and a bipartisan group of trade hard-liners, puts U.S. business at an unfair disadvantage.article continues below Trending Stories Teenie Bikini Bistro servers in swimsuits coming to B.C. Vancouver councillors perplexed, uncomfortable' over Raymond Louie's visits with mayor Cancer claims nine-year-old Victoria youngster after seven-year battle Vehicle found in alleged hit and run that killed man who used wheelchair Trump's torrent of tweets on the subject Friday followed a rally infused with familiar falsehoods about his achievements the economy, veterans' health and grievances the Russia inquiry . A look at his words over the past week Tariffs are NOW being paid to the United States by China of 25% on 250 Billion Dollars worth of goods & products. China is not writing a check to the U.S. Treasury. One of the theories is that the higher prices will encourage consumers to buy goods made in the U.S. or elsewhere instead. The tariffs are paid by American companies, which usually pass the cost on to consumers through higher prices. ( As reported in the news.