If you're trying to make the case that your opponent is reckless and temperamentally unfit to hold office, it's always helpful when they make the case for you.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump spoke to local NBC affiliate KSNV in Las Vegas where he said he would punish China for harming his business interests.
"Do you worry that a trade war would hurt tourism and your business interests here," asked Snyder.
Trump supported his comments saying, "It will actually help, we're just talking about fairness, not like tough like we're not going to do business. Just tough so the US can make something."
"But what if China said no more visas to go to Las Vegas and stay at Trump Tower," pressed Snyder.
"If China ever did that, and we cut off relationship with China, China would go bust so fast," said Trump.
This helpfully ties into what Democrats and the Clinton campaign have said about Trump's refusal to release his tax returns. We don't know how Trump's business interests may conflict with his presidential duties because we don't know what all of his interests are.
Trump's claim that he would cut ties with China if Chinese citizens aren't allowed to visit Trump's hotels is barely the tip of the shitberg. We know Trump has real estate holdings in other nations and he has clearly demonstrated that nothing is more important to him than his business.