If Trump imposes tariffs on virtually everything we import from China, that's going to hit his Chinese-made campaign flags at some point, right?
Yes, it is, and they know it.
A manager at the factory hired to produce Trump's campaign flags for his 2020 reelection campaign says the campaign is stockpiling an unusually large number of flags before tariffs raise the price.
The factory has turned out about 90,000 banners since March, said manager Yao Yuanyuan, an unusually large number for what is normally the low season, and Yao believed the China-U.S. trade war was the reason.
“It’s closely related,” she said. “They are preparing in advance, they are taking advantage of the fact that the tariffs haven’t gone up yet, with lower prices now.” [...]
At about $1 apiece, the suppliers of the paraphernalia that will surround the Trump campaign can’t resist the low price offered by Yao’s factory.
I suppose it is hard to beat a price of just $1 per flag.
I mean, if Trump hired an American company to produce flags in America, as he keeps saying we all should, he'd have to pay a little more than that, right?
I'm not going to forget this in two years.