In his speech Saturday in Pennsylvania -- historically a major steel-producing state, but which has lost thousands of jobs to mechanization and foreign competition -- Trump said that EU countries "kill us on trade.""We can't even sell our farming goods in there, they totally restrict us.
So then they say, 'We want those tariffs taken off.'"I said, 'Good, open up the barriers and get rid of your tariffs, and if you don't do that, we're gonna tax Mercedes-Benz, we're gonna tax BMW.'"Both German automakers sell thousands of vehicles yearly in the US, but they also have production facilities in the United States.- Crunch talks continue -The president made his comments after crunch talks in Brussels between EU negotiators and US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer aimed at defusing the row and avoiding an all-out trade war."As long-standing security partners of the United States, (the EU and Japan) underlined to ambassador Lighthizer their expectation that EU and Japanese exports to the US would be exempted from the application of higher tariffs," an EU statement said after the talks.
So, the Irish blessing of “May the road rise up to meet you” has added meaning when the sidewalks are clear of the compacted snow because the sun has done its job of melting it down to the black asphalt.
These police cruisers are a little different from the Ford Crown Victorias that cops usually cruise around in.The beauty of the frequent snowfalls in Almaty can be treacherous because the laws are NOT in place to protect the pedestrian as they are in the U. You said: “However, too often cars are showing off their power and typically don’t stop when we are legitimately crossing at pedestrian crosswalks.We, as walkers, are powerless against their four wheels.You are right, many people lose their lives due to carelessness and negligence.also, have you ever been attacked by ‘black ice’ that, with a malicious will to cause damage, has been “out to get you” at sundown??? I grew up in a state (in USA) where we always had snow and ice on the ground and roads in the wintertime.Washington (AFP) - US President Donald Trump has singled out Europe in a billowing trade row, threatening to tax German cars if the European Union doesn't lower barriers to US products.His threat, issued amid a roiling dispute over Trump's announcement of tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from nearly every country, came in a campaign rally late Saturday in Pennsylvania. "The announcement of duties of 25 percent on imported steel and 10 percent on aluminum has stung the EU and other major partners, coming as a surprise to allied countries and even, reportedly, to some close presidential advisers.- 'Consistent' policy -But the deputy White House spokesman, Raj Shah, said Sunday that no one should have been surprised.You’d have to live in Almaty, Kazakhstan where the new wealth among the New Rich shows up in intimidating Humvees and Mercedes.I have not seen so many Mercedes in one place except when I would stay in Hong Kong.He told a boisterous crowd that if Europe did not lower trade barriers to US imports, "we're gonna tax Mercedes-Benz, we're gonna tax BMW."While it was not entirely clear whether the threat reflected actual US policy or merely an effort by the president to play to an appreciative crowd, he had used similar language earlier on Twitter."The European Union, wonderful countries who treat the US very badly on trade, are complaining about the tariffs on Steel & Aluminum," Trump tweeted. Asked on ABC's "This Week" whether Trump's national security adviser, H. Mc Master, was among those caught off guard, Shah demurred."I'm not going to get into specifics," he said."If they drop their horrific barriers & tariffs on US products going in, we will likewise drop ours. "But it's consistent with what the president said not just during the campaign, but for decades."Failing to include the national security adviser in talks on tariffs would seem highly unusual, given Trump's argument that weakened US steel and aluminum industries would threaten national security.