Donald Trump on Monday delivered a searing indictment of President Obama's no-hacking agreement with China, and promised to end the negative economic impacts stemming from China's currency manipulation if he's elected president.
"By watching the Obama administration, you might think that nothing can be done about all this," Trump wrote in a Wall Street Journal op-ed. "What is most alarming is that much can and should be done, but the White House chooses to do nothing to protect American workers and companies."
The New York businessman claimed the cybersecurity agreement Obama reached with Chinese President Xi Jinping in late September is "not worth the paper it is printed on."
"The American people need to be told the truth about our "partner" China," Trump wrote. "If an American company wants access to the Chinese consumers, that company must share its intellectual property, a condition that violates international fair-trade standards, World Trade Organization rules and common sense."Read more on WashingtonExaminer.com