Navarro: U.S. should focus on localizing supply chain in future negotiations with China
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro has accused China of inflicting â€śtremendous damageâ€ť on the world for its role in the coronavirus outbreak.
In an interview Monday, he pointed out that itâ€™s a fact the virus was spawned in China who then hid the nature of the infection for at least two months.
Navarro said during that time flights from Wuhan couldnâ€™t go to Chinese cities, but were traveling to Europe and the U.S. all while China switched from exporting protective equipment to importing it. He added that the damage to the world is still ongoing and said the U.S. government needs to respond in some way....
When unemployment payments have replaced returning to work, weâ€™ll be in a mess. What skills do you attain from not working. Our Service Providers ( barbershops, bug and pest guys, plumbers,electricians, handy men, lawn guys, carport mechanics, moving companies) deemed non essential have gone broke. They were told to help flatten the curve. But many have been without work for 7 weeks. Did mortgage companies suspend payments till you go back to work? Did credit financial companies hold off? Nope, and the Democratic Party will have a new block of voters for those who wonâ€™t work for a man or woman willing to pay less than a government check.