【川普】中國昨天承認 他們一直是匯率操縱國(圖)

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Remarks by President Trump Before Marine One Departure

Issued on: August 7, 2019

South Lawn

9:13 A.M. EDT

THE PRESIDENT:  So, we’re going to Dayton first, and then we’re going to El Paso.  And we’ll be meeting with first responders, law enforcement, and some of the victims, and paying my respects and regards.  I’ll be going with the First Lady.  And it’s a terrific opportunity, really, to congratulate some of the police and law enforcement.  The job they’ve done was incredible.  Really incredible.

Q    Mr. President, no doubt — I don’t think anybody will argue this is a difficult time in our country for all of us.  So, from your heart, from your mind, what do you say to your critics that believe it’s your rhetoric that is emboldening white nationalists and inspiring this anger?
問:總統先生,毫無疑問 - 我認為沒有人會質疑這對我們所有人來說都是我們國家的困難時期。那麼,從您的內心,從您的思想,您對您的批評者說什麼,他們相信這是您的言辭鼓勵白人民族主義者而激發了這種憤怒?

THE PRESIDENT:  So, my critics are political people.  They’re trying to make points.  In many cases, they’re running for President and they’re very low in the polls.  A couple of them, in particular, are very low in the polls.  If you look at Dayton, that was a person that supported, I guess you would say, Bernie Sanders, I understood; Antifa, I understood; Elizabeth Warren, I understood.  It had nothing to do with President Trump.
總統:所以,我的批評者是政治人物。他們試圖弄出點事兒。在許多情況下,他們競選總統,他們的民意調查(支持度)非常低。特別是他們中的一些人在民意調查中的支持度非常低。如果你看看代頓,那是一個支持伯尼·桑德斯的人,我想你可能會說,我理解;我知道安蒂法(Antifa);伊麗莎白·沃倫(Elizabeth Warren),我明白。這與川普總統無關。

So these are people that are looking for political gain.  I don’t think they’re getting it.  And, as much as possible, I’ve tried to stay out of that.

Q    Mr. President, Senator Ted Cruz today said that people on both sides of the political aisle need to tone down the rhetoric.  Do you agree with that?
問:總統先生,參議員特德·克魯茲(Ted Cruz)今天說,政治通道兩邊的人都需要淡化這些言論。您同意嗎?

THE PRESIDENT:  Well, I do agree, but I think we have toned it down.  We’ve been hitting — we’ve been getting hit left and right from everybody.  Many of the people, I don’t know.  A couple of people from Texas — political people from Texas that aren’t doing very well.  I guess somebody said — the mayor — I had one very nice conversation with the mayor of Dayton; could not have been nicer.  And then she goes and says I tried to call her.  Well, I spoke to her, and I didn’t receive any call.
總統:嗯,我同意,但我認為我們已經把聲調降低了。我們一直在左右回擊 - 我們也一直受到來自左的和右的每個人的打擊。有些人,我不知道,來自德克薩斯州的幾個人 - 來自德克薩斯州的政治人物表現不佳。我想有人說了- 是市長 - 我與代頓市市長進行了一次非常愉快的交談;交談好的不能再好了。然後她走了,她說我試著給她打電話。我跟她說話了,我沒有收到任何電話。

So they’re trying to make political points.  I don’t think it works because, you know, I would like to stay out of the political fray.

As I was saying, and as just came out, the Dayton situation — he was a fan of Antifa.  He was a fan of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.  Nothing to do with Trump.  But nobody ever mentions that.
就像我說的那樣,就像發生的那樣,代頓市的情況 - 他是安蒂法(Antifa)的粉絲。他是伯尼·桑德斯和伊麗莎白·沃倫的粉絲。與川普無關。但沒有人提到過這一點。

Q    (Inaudible.)


Q    (Inaudible) supported Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.  Should they be blamed for (inaudible)?
問:(聽不清)支持過伊麗莎白·沃倫(Elizabeth Warren)和伯尼·桑德斯(Bernie Sanders)。他們應該被指責(聽不清)嗎?

THE PRESIDENT:  No, I don’t blame Elizabeth Warren, and I don’t blame Bernie Sanders in the case of Ohio.  And I don’t blame anybody.  I blame — these are sick people.  These are people that are really mentally ill, mentally disturbed.  It’s a mental problem.
總統:不,我不責怪伊麗莎白·沃倫,我也不因俄亥俄州事件責怪伯尼·桑德斯。而且我不責怪任何人。我責怪 - 這些都是病人。這些人真的精神有病,精神錯亂。這是一個心理問題。

And we’re going to be meeting — we’re going to be meeting with members of Congress.  I’ve already got meetings scheduled.  And I have had plenty of talks over the last two days.  And I think something is going to be come up with.  We’re going to come with something that’s going to be, really, very good — beyond anything that’s been done so far.
我們將要開會 - 我們將會見國會議員。我已經安排了會議。在過去的兩天,我進行了大量的會談。我認為有些事情會出現。我們將會帶來一些真的非常好的東西 – 超過迄今為止所做的事情。

Q    Do you support bringing the Senate back to consider legislation on —
問:您是否支持讓參議院重新考慮立法 -

THE PRESIDENT:  Well, we’re going to see where we are.  We’re dealing with leadership right now.  And, you know, you have two sides that are very different on this issue, and, let’s say, all good people.  But two sides that are very different.  If we get close, I will bring them back.  But it has to be — you know, we have to see where we are with leadership.
總統:嗯,我們要看看我們現在的處境。我們現在正在處理領導問題。並且,你知道,在這個問題上有兩個非常不同的方面,這麽說吧,都是好人。但是兩邊的意見非常不同。如果我們能靠近,我會把他們召集回來。但它必須 - 你知道,我們必須看到我們的領導地位。

Normally, this has been, really, a decision — Congress gets together and they try and do something.  But if you look over the last 30 years, not a lot has been done.
通常情況下,這確實是一個決定 - 國會聚集在一起,他們嘗試做某事。但如果你回顧一下過去30年,做成的並不多。

Q    The background check bill already that has passed the House, what good (inaudible)?

THE PRESIDENT:  Well, I’m looking to do background checks.  I think background checks are important.  I don’t want to put guns into the hands of mentally unstable people or people with rage or hate, sick people.  I don’t want to — I’m all in favor of it.
總統:好吧,我正在做背景調查。我認為背景調查很重要。我不想精神不穩定的人,或帶著憤怒或仇恨的人,病人的手中有槍支。我不想 - 我讚同這個法案。

Q    What about assault rifles?  A lot of people would like to see them banned.  What is your position?

THE PRESIDENT:  Well, I can tell you that there is no political appetite for that at this moment.  If you look at the — you could speak, you could do your own polling.  And there’s no political appetite, probably, from the standpoint of legislature.
總統:嗯,我可以告訴你,現在對這個沒有政治上的胃口。如果你觀察 - 你可以說,你可以做自己的民意調查。從立法機構的角度來看,現在可能沒有政治胃口。

But I will certainly bring that up.  I’ll bring that up as one of the points.  There’s a great appetite — and I mean a very strong appetite — for background checks.  And I think we can bring up background checks like we’ve never had before.  I think both Republican and Democrat are getting close to a bill on — they’re doing something on background checks.
但我一定會把它提出來。我會把它作為其中一個觀點。現在有一個很大的要求 - 我的意思是一個非常大的胃口 – 要進行背景調查。而且我認為我們可以提出和以前不一樣的背景調查。我認為共和黨和民主黨人在這個法案在互相靠近 - 他們正在為背景調查做點事情。

Q    (Inaudible.)  South Korea and Japan exports are (inaudible.)

THE PRESIDENT:  Yeah.  South Korea and I have made a deal.  They’ve agreed to pay a lot more money toward the United States.  As you know, we’ve got 32,000 soldiers on South Korean soil, and we’ve been helping them for about 82 years.  And we get nothing.  We get virtually nothing.  And South Korea and I have made a deal where they’re paying a lot more money, and they’re going to pay a lot more money.  And the relationship is a very good one.

But I felt, all along, I felt for years it was a very unfair one.  So they’ve agreed to pay a lot more, and they will agree to pay a lot more than that.  And we’re with them.  We’re with them.

Q    Mr. President, you banned bump stocks.  Would you consider a ban on these huge, large-capacity magazines?

THE PRESIDENT:  So, you have to have a political appetite within Congress.  And, so far, I have not seen that.  I mean, I can only do what I can do.  I think there’s a great appetite to do something with regard to making sure that mentally unstable, seriously ill people aren’t carrying guns.  And I’ve never seen the appetite as strong as it is now.  I have not seen it with regard to certain types of weapons.

Q    Mr. President, how concerned are you about the rise in white supremacy?  And what are you going to do about it?

THE PRESIDENT:  I am concerned about the rise of any group of hate.  I don’t like it.  Any group of hate, I am — whether it’s white supremacy, whether it’s any other kind of supremacy, whether it’s Antifa, whether it’s any group of hate, I am very concerned about it.  And I’ll do something about it.
總統:我擔心任何仇恨團體的崛起。我不喜歡它。任何仇恨團體, 無論是白人至上,還是任何其它類型的霸權團體,無論是安蒂法(Antifa),還是其它任何一個仇恨團體,我都非常擔心它。為此,我打算做點什麼。

Q    Do you believe that your rhetoric has any impact on (inaudible)?

THE PRESIDENT:  No, I don’t think my rhetoric has at all.  I think my rhetoric is a very — it brings people together.  Our country is doing incredibly well.  China is not doing well, if you look at the trade situation.
總統:不,我認為我的言論根本沒有影響。我認為我的言論非常 - 它將人們聚集在一起。我們的國家做得非常好。中國表現不佳,如果你看一下貿易形勢。

China just admitted yesterday that they’ve been a currency manipulator.  First time they’ve ever been called out.  Companies are moving out of China by the thousands, and our country is doing very well.  We’re going to see how it all works out.  Somebody had to do this with China because they were taking hundreds of billions of dollars a year out of the United States.  And somebody had to make a stand.  So, I think our country is doing really well.

Q    What’s your reaction to the market reaction to the trade war?  And what’s next with China?

THE PRESIDENT:  I think the market — I think the market reaction is anticipated.  I would have anticipated.  I would have maybe anticipated even more.  But ultimately, it’s going to go much higher than it ever would have gone because China was like an anchor on us.  China was killing us with unfair trade deals.  The people that allowed that to happen are a disgrace.  China, what they were doing to us, for years and years, taking hundreds of billions of dollars out, stealing intellectual property, targeting our farmers.  All of that is ending, and they understand that.
總統:我認為市場 - 我認為市場反應是可以預期的。我原以為市場的市場反應會更大。但最終,它會比以往任何時候都要高得多,因為中國就像是(栓住)我們的錨。中國以不公平的貿易協議殺傷了我們。允許這種情況發生的人是一種恥辱。中國,他們多年來對我們所做的事情,拿走了數千億美元,竊取了知識產權,瞄準了我們的農民。所有這一切都在結束,他們明白這一點。

Q    Mr. President, you still believe there’s no political appetite for an assault weapons ban, but as the leader of this country, do you personally believe people should be able to buy assault weapons?

THE PRESIDENT:  That’s right.  I’ll be — I’ll be convincing some people to do things that they don’t want to do, and that means people in Congress.  But you’ve got a lot of people on one side, and you have a lot of people in the other.  But I can — I have a lot of influence with a lot of people, and I want to convince them to do the right thing.
總統:沒錯。我會 - 我會說服一些人做他們不想做的事情,這意味著國會的人。但是在一邊你有很多人,而在另一邊也有很多人。但我可以 - 我對很多人有很大的影響力,我想說服他們做正確的事。

And I will tell you, we’ve made a lot of headway in the last three days.  A lot of headway.

Q    Mr. President, do you still believe that illegal immigration into this country is an invasion?  You and the shooter in El Paso used that same language.  Do you regret that?

THE PRESIDENT:  I think that illegal immigration — you’re talking about illegal immigration, right?  Yeah?  I think illegal immigration is a terrible thing for this country.  I think you have to come in legally.  Ideally, you have to come in through merit.  We need people coming in because we have many companies coming into our country.  They’re pouring in.  And I think illegal immigration is a very bad thing for our country.  I think open borders are a very bad thing for our country.
總統:我認為非法移民 - 你說的是非法移民,對吧?是嗎?我認為非法移民對這個國家來說是一件可怕的事情。我想你必須合法進來。理想情況下,你必須通過功績進入。我們需要有人進來,因為我們有許多公司進入我們的國家。他們正在湧入。我認為非法移民對我們國家來說是一件非常糟糕的事情。我認為開放的邊界對我們國家來說是一件非常糟糕的事情。

And we’re stopping; we’re building a wall right now.  We won the lawsuit in the Supreme Court two weeks ago.  The wall is well under construction.  It’s being built at a rapid pace.  We need that.  We need strong immigration laws.  But we want to allow millions of people to come in because we need them.  We have companies coming in from Japan, all over Europe, all over Asia.  They’re opening up companies here.  They need people to work.  We have a very low unemployment rate.

So, I believe we have to have legal immigration, not illegal immigration.

Q    Are you watching the stock market’s reaction to China, sir?

THE PRESIDENT:  I am.  I think the market reaction is to be expected.  I might’ve expected even more.

At some point, as I just said, we have to take on China.  They’ve been taking — look, they’ve been taking us to the cleaners for 25 years.  This should’ve been done long before me as a President.  You know the story better than anybody.  You know it better than I do, frankly.  Hundreds of billions of dollars a year taken out of our country.  Stealing intellectual property.
在某些時候,正如我剛才所說,我們必須回擊中國。他們一直拿走 – 註意,25年來他們一直在把我們變成清潔工。這(阻止這個發生)應該早在我擔任總統之前完成。你比任何人都更清楚這個故事。坦率地說,你比我更了解這個。每年從我國拿走數千億美元。竊取知識產權。

And you know what?  We, right now, we’re sitting on top.  We have money pouring in.  We have powerful companies, strong companies.  China is losing so many — they’re losing — thousands and thousands of companies are leaving China now because of the tariffs.  And we’re in a very good position as to whether or not a deal will be made.  I will tell you this: China would like to make a deal very badly.
你知道嗎?我們,現在,我們占有優勢。我們有錢湧入。我們有強大的公司,強大的公司。中國正在失去這麼多(公司) -  他們正在失敗 -  由於關稅現在成千上萬的公司正在離開中國。不管是否達成協議我們都處於非常有利的地位。我會告訴你:中國非常想要達成協議。

Q    Mr. President, Joe Biden.  Joe Biden says you have more in common with George Wallace than George Washington.

THE PRESIDENT:  Well, you know, Joe is a pretty incompetent guy.  I’ve watched his interviews.  I’ve watched what he said and how he said it.  And I wouldn’t have rated him very high in the first place, but Joe Biden has truly lost this fastball, that I can tell you.
Thank you.


9:24 A.M. EDT


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