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Kilgore does not support President Trump, as well as being on the opposing political group. Bias may come from that opposing viewpoint and beliefs through the republicans and the democrats. In his June 30th article of “Trump Planning Steel Tariffs and Maybe a Trade War, to the Horror of Most of His Cabinet.”, Ed Kilgore explains the horrors that are to witnessed with the new Steel tariffs and possible trade war. Kilgore develops his article with three main ideas followed by a longer explanation section to keep the reader following. Kilgore acts on the negatives of the possible tariffs and the negative side effects it would have on America as well as the UK, Japan, Germany and Canada. Kilgore is speaking for the sake of those who know and understand foreign policy and trade, and even those who have some logical sense to understand America can not follow through with these new actions and implementations. Foreign trade and policy has been very open for us within the past, and if that foreign policy were to be restricted, America would struggle to maintain what it has become today.
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