Donald Trump said US was on the backfoot in its dealings with China and promised that his people would negotiate better and benefit the US economy
Trump has been making the case over the last few days that a win in the state should signal an end to rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich.
Donald Trump: “I’m not angry at China. I’m not angry at Mexico. I’m not angry at India or Vietnam, which is hot as a pistol right now, taking a lot of stuff away from us.”
India must prepare for a potential discontinuity in America’s foreign relations.
Trump has repeatedly accused China of manipulating its currency to make its exports more competitive on the global market.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence described Ted Cruz as “a principled conservative” as he made his support official during an afternoon radio interview
“I would tell them let him out and I’m sure they would let him out,” Trump said with confidence.
Data and interviews with Sanders supporters suggest that winning over large numbers of them may be difficult for the New York billionaire businessman.
According to The Wall Street Journal, more Republicans are slowly beginning to express support for him.
California’s Republican Party convention will be an early test for Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich in a state whose June election could hold the decisive delegates in the fight for the party’s presidential nomination.
Trump’s such a remark came during a town-hall in Indianapolis in response to a question on how he would deal with countries like Pakistan which has sometimes “double dealt” with the US.
“I have gotten to listen to a lot of foreign policy speeches over the years but I have got to tell you, I have never seen such a combination of simplistic slogans, contradictions and misstatements in one speech”
“You tell them (Chinese), we are going to – either you are going to have to straighten out this North Korea problem or we are not going to be doing so much business with you”
Of the 54 available free-agent delegates in the state, 39 of them have said that they will support Trump on the first ballot of the Republican convention, media reports said yesterday.
The Republican presidential front-runner outlined no strategy for how he’d make the United States at the same time a “consistent” and “unpredictable” force in the world.