Some politically neutral economists have looked at Donald Trump's economic policies. What they found should scare the daylights out of you.
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Who needs detailed policies when name-calling works just fine? For Donald Trump, this has worked so far.
While U.S. Republican presidential candidates clearly view China-bashing as a vote-getter, it's highly unlikely that they'd make good on any of their get-tough policy statements if elected.