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Even China is Calling Trump’s Visit a “Miracle,” and Liberals are Losing It

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Liberals are desperate to paint President Trump’s Asia tour as a massive failure.

The only problem? It was in fact the opposite – a massive SUCCESS!

And it’s difficult to deny the truth when even a less-than-warm nation like China is admitting that Trump got the job done.

But, Sen. Chuck Schumer isn’t one to let facts stand in his way.

Schumer tweeted that Trump’s trip was a “flop” and accused the president of acting “like a lap dog” to China.

According to Schumer, Trump’s presidency has just been one failed “misadventure” after another.

But what are the Chinese themselves saying?

Well, according to none other than the New York Times folks in China, and not just the leadership, were absolutely enthralled:

They refer to him as “Uncle Trump,” “Grand Commander” and “Donald the Strong.” After Mr. Trump’s visit to the Forbidden City on Wednesday with President Xi Jinping, one fan wrote on social media, “Long live Emperor Trump!”

Mr. Trump’s Chinese fans praise his irrepressible style, his skill as an entertainer and his willingness to say what he thinks. Many also like the fact that he seems less inhibited than previous American presidents about recognizing China as a superpower and as an equal on the global stage.

Wow. It is not an exaggeration to say that Barack Obama was NEVER treated with such overwhelming love and respect by foreign nationals.

But it wasn’t just Trump’s style that got people to love him.

He actually got the job done, to the benefit of all involved.

Trump came home with some $250 BILLION worth of business deals in the bag!

Via American Journal Review:

China could invest more than $100 billion into two U.S. energy projects, CNN reported.

The China Energy Investment Corp. agreed to a 20-year $83.7 billion investment in shale gas developments and chemical manufacturing projects in West Virginia.

“The massive size of this energy undertaking and level of collaboration between our two countries is unprecedented,” West Virginia Secretary of Commerce H. Wood Thrasher said in a statement, according to Reuters.

China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. and the Alaskan government will work together to develop the state’s liquified natural gas industry in a $43 billion project that Alaska says will create up to 12,000 jobs.

Qualcomm signed agreements worth $12 billion with Xiaomi, OPPO, and Vivo, three Chinese handset makers.

Boeing will sell 300 Boeing jets to state-run China Aviation Suppliers in $37 billion deal.

Some said the deals offer a place to start a new trade relationship between the two nations.

Bloomberg quoted the response of China’s Commerce Minister Zhong Shan:

“This is a miracle.”

You can say that again.

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