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China highlights the hypocrisy of the Republican Party.
Back in 2012, for example, the Bank of China (owned by the Chinese government) doled out more than two hundred million dollars in loans to a New York office building that Trump co-owns.
Then there is the report that during Trump’s term that the properties he owns in the U.S. have imported more than eight tons of goods from China. That sounds like a lot.
And there are the many trademarks that China has granted to Trump’s daughter Ivanka, giving her the ability to market all manner of products, from furniture to beauty products.
And there are real estate deals for which Kushner tried to lure in Chinese investors.
And there are the Chinese government-owned companies building a couple of Trump developments overseas.
Then there are those multiple Trump brand products, marketed under Trump’s name and made – you guessed it – in China.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee sent candidates like McSally a 57-page memo a while back saying that rather than attempting to defend Trump’s bungled handling of the coronavirus crisis, change the subject by attacking China.
McSally follows orders.
China is our “biggest threat” she said during Tuesday’s debate. She said, “They (China) unleashed this virus on the world.” She said, “I’m standing up to China, while my opponent is doing business with China.”
Kelly’s business with China is chump change compared to anything that Trump or his daughter or his son-in-law or their companies have done with China.
If McSally is bothered by Kelly, you’d think that the hundreds of millions of dollars worth of business that Trump has done with China that would REALLY tick her off.