• Trump Dominated Nevada. Now Look Who’s Rattled Because He Could Actually Win It All

    Donald Trump has the nomination to lose. He is on a roll and it’s scaring all sorts of people. He’s brash, he’s an outsider, and he’s three primaries in a row. He’s fond of saying things that make most people cringe.

    Now that it looks like he has a clear path to victory, it’s not just establishment Republicans and Democrats who are getting nervous.

    Uh-oh! The Chinese are freaking out at the idea of a Trump presidency, and they should be.

    It is kind of awesome to watch the Chi-coms squirm a bit. If Trump gets the nomination and ultimately wins it all, the Chinese have it right to be nervous. Trump has made it a common theme that he doesn’t intend to take crap from the Chinese or anyone on trade deals anymore.

    They’ve been enjoying kicking our butts for far too long. Be it Trump or whoever, it needs to change and this just proves it.

    From The Washington Free Beacon:

    China warned the United States on Wednesday not to adopt punitive currency policies that could disrupt U.S.-China relations after Donald Trump’s win in the Nevada caucus.

    Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told reporters in Beijing that “we are following with interest the U.S. presidential election.”

    Hua was asked about China’s response to a possible Trump presidency and his announced plan to punish China for currency manipulation with a tax on Chinese goods.

    “Since it belongs to the domestic affair of the U.S., I am not going to make comments on specific remarks by the relevant candidate,” she said.

    “But I want to stress that China and the U.S., as world’s largest developing and developed countries, shoulder major responsibilities in safeguarding world peace, stability and security and driving world development,” the spokeswoman added.

    “The sustained, sound and steady growth of China-U.S. relations serves the fundamental and long-term interests of the two countries and benefits the world. We hope and believe that the U.S. government will pursue a positive policy toward China in a responsible manner.”

    The comments came as Wang Yi, the Chinese foreign minister, is holding talks in Washington that include U.S. concerns about a Chinese military buildup on disputed islands in the South China Sea, and cooperation on dealing with North Korea’s nuclear and missile provocations.

    Hua said Wang and Secretary of State John Kerry agreed the two sides will enhance cooperation and increase talks and exchanges.

    “We stand ready to preserve and advance China-U.S. relations together with the U.S. side,” she said.

    Look out China…the Trump Train is looking pretty unstoppable right now.

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