President Donald Trump fought for the office with the fact that he was a hardball dealer who knows how to make good deals. At the 2016 campaign track, he spoke in particular of how the United States is "ripped off" by China, something he promised would not happen during a Trump presidency.
Flash up to today. According to the Washington Post the President made great concessions to China to partially lift a trade war he started himself – and his own party is a demanding answer to why he broke.
In a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Trump agreed to delay the tariffs he put on the country's goods ̵
Posten notes that several Republicans are angry at the President's total reversal behind closed doors. "We need less Huawei, no more Huawei," said Marsha Blackburn (R-TN). Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) called Trump's deal "extremely worrying" and "It didn't make much sense to me, because if we treat them as a national security threat, we shouldn't handle them, period." Later Marco Rubio (R-FL) warned that the Senate GOP can override him and say that "we must get these restrictions [on Huawei] put back in place through the legislation" and that would "pass with a great veto-proof majority."
For all Trump & # 39 ; s bluster involves most of his achievements in foreign policy resettlement positions he had previously held. And his Republican allies are beginning to notice.