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Trump’s fluid approach to national and economic security is leaving his allies baffled

May 28, 2018, The Washington Post

John Veroneau is quoted by The Washington Post in an article regarding potential tariffs on foreign cars. “While U.S. trading partners have been fairly measured in responding to the steel and aluminum tariffs, they will have no choice but to exhaust every option in opposing tariffs on autos,” says Veroneau. “Also, unlike steel and aluminum tariffs which hit U.S. consumers indirectly, tariffs on cars will be right there on the window sticker.”

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