So now, President Trump seeks support from agricultural states ... and because of that, he is willing to compromise in negotiations with Beijing.
[T]o apply these measures to an issue as complex and sensitive as illegal immigration ... and to force a change of policy in another country, is an irrational move conceivable only in the Trump universe.
[O]bservers fear that the respite will be short-lived.
Trump’s resources for reprisals are enormous.
Trump’s threat to impose tariffs of up to 25% on Mexican products is one of the silliest and most counterproductive U.S. ideas to stop illegal immigration.
This lack of predictability is typical of the failed banana republics of Latin America.
The agreement reached, in which Mexico gives everything, has no precise goals by which to evaluate whether the measures have been successful or not.
Therefore, tariffs will raise the price of imported Chinese goods for consumers and businesses worldwide.
By pushing through high tariffs, American President Donald Trump bullies major countries and tries to solve economic and diplomatic problems forcefully.
[T]he confrontation between the U.S. and China has slowly spread to all levels of society, spiraling into a toxic situation.