America became a hostage to its own ambitions, and the country’s politics became more emotional as the world became unpredictable and dangerous.
Trump is turning the WHO into a venue for geopolitical conflict with China, and exploiting the crisis in order to hide his own failings.
Against a background of great uncertainty, the crisis is putting Trump’s leadership to the test.
Future economic recovery will, to a large extent, rely on the issuance of Treasury bonds.
To deflect attention from criticism about the sluggish domestic economy, Trump has again lashed out against China.
Russia has already thrown a wet blanket on the Pompeo camp which is counting on Russia to help it bash China.
In Trump’s bubble, the president is still allowed, even in his fourth year in office, to talk as he did in 2015 and 2016.
The Trump administration has reached the peak of perfection when it comes to passing the buck. They unscrupulously blame other countries and act like they are innocent and righteous.
As the U.S. bangs the so-called decoupling drum, this could cause tension in terms of politics, but it is an impossible mission economically. If anything, the China-U.S. economic bond could become tighter.
He believes that the U.S. is better off having a functional relationship with China.