Donald Trump on rebuilding the US economy, including a harsher stance on foreign trade

Former President Donald Trump predicted the economy would “crash” in a recent interview, potentially within the next year.

“When there’s a crash, I hope it’s going to be during this next 12 months because I don’t want to be Herbert Hoover. The one president – I just don’t want to be Herbert Hoover,” he said on Mike Lindell TV, referencing the president whose first year in office saw the U.S. stock market crash.

Previous comments about his economic platform suggest Trump would take a harsher stance on foreign trade. His campaign said in February last year that he plans to roll out “new pro-America system of universal baseline tariffs on most foreign products.”

The plan also calls for more aggressive footing with Chin, like banning federal contracts with companies that outsource to China, and establishing “new rules to stop U.S. companies from investing in China and stop China from buying up America, allowing only those investments that serve American interests.”

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