Friday, June 24, 2016

Trump Policy Will Destroy My Company And Economy: Business CEO

By CNBC, June 21, 2016 

Presidential polls show that business owners prefer Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton in 2016. Reasons vary, but most believe that Trump, as a successful businessman, will be the best for the economy and entrepreneurship. I disagree.

One of Donald Trump's signature policies in his quest for the 2016 U.S. presidency is to put massive tariffs on all imports, which he claims will create jobs because American companies will close down international facilities and rebuild them back home. As an American entrepreneur who is the founder and CEO of a global business, I believe Trump's trade policy would not only fail but would have unintended consequences that would be disastrous to the American economy.

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