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    #9094684 at 2020-05-09 18:53:05 (UTC+1)

    https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/us-china-sign-historic-trade-deal
    Dates are important.
    January 15, 2020.
    >Historic trade deal w/ China signed
    >>China loses billions in clawback
    >[Held][Timed] impeachment articles are delivered to Senate
    >FIRST case of COVID-19 lands in UNITED STATES [Seattle-Tacoma International Airport]
    Do the Chinese like losing?
    Do the Chinese want POTUS removed/replaced P_elec_2020?
    Do the Chinese want BIDEN installed P_elec_2020?
    Is this about the virus OR THE ELECTION?
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    https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/us-china-sign-historic-trade-deal Dates are important. January 15, 2020. >Historic trade deal w/ China signed >>China loses billions in clawback >[Held][Timed] impeachment articles are delivered to Senate >FIRST case of COVID-19 lands in UNITED STATES [Seattle-Tacoma International Airport] Do the Chinese like losing? Do the Chinese want POTUS removed/replaced P_elec_2020? Do the Chinese want BIDEN installed P_elec_2020? Is this about the virus OR THE ELECTION? FOX: US, China sign historic phase one trade deal 'It doesn't get any bigger than this' By Jonathan Garber https://archive.fo/NK9zM President Trump signed a landmark trade agreement with China, heralding a period of detente in a trade war between the world's two largest economies fueled by decades of complaints that Beijing was manipulating its currency and stealing trade secrets from American firms. The pact, detailed in a 94-page document, is only the initial phase of a broader deal that Trump has said may come in as many as three sections. "Together, we are righting the wrongs of the past," Trump said in a pomp-filled signing ceremony. "It doesn't get any bigger than this." The agreement will help grow the U.S. economy in 2020 and 2021 by “at least a half a point of additional GDP” and “probably translate into another million jobs on top of what we’ve already done,” Larry Kudlow, director of the National Economic Council, told FOX News' "America's Newsroom" on Wednesday.

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