New Trump trade tactics will send beaucoup burgers to Brussels and beyond

With the American economy roaring, the US is set to begin a delicious new push on the trade front.

President Trump may be an outsider on The Beltway, but he certainly knows his way around the boardroom.  For many, this was the sort of qualification they were looking for when casting their vote in November of 2016.  The CEO-in-Chief hasn’t disappointed, either, internationally going to bat for American businesses and using his vast negotiation knowledge to ink deals the world never saw coming.

His latest trade talks have now netted a massive boost for American ranchers whose currency is cattle.

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The White House’s top economic adviser says the U.S. will be selling more beef to the European Union.

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President Donald Trump is set to make the announcement Friday afternoon at the White House. His adviser Larry Kudlow tells reporters that “America has great beef” and “we get to sell more.”

Due to the existence of longstanding beef restriction within the EU, this landmark trade deal has been seen as an opportunity to reshape the livestock landscape of international economics.

The move comes as trade talks with China have stalled, with Beijing seemingly attempting to run out the clock until the 2020 election.  This is all in hopes of a democratic candidate usurping the incumbent Trump, making for easier negotiations as far as China is concerned.

American farmers have been suffering as China continues to stymy talks with Washington, particularly in the realm of soybean farming.  Beijing has recently expressed interest in working with Russia to augment this supply chain break, further irking President Trump and the American agriculturalists who support him.

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