Trump: ‘Don’t Mess With Americans’ – New Tariffs Sends IS Nation Into Crisis Mode

New Tarris rip the Islamic Nation in half as Trump launches his new slogan, sending a powerful message to the rest of the world. America isn’t picking up the tab any longer!

According to RWN, President Donald Trump is throwing blows like a heavyweight champion as he sends the Islamic nation into meltdown mode. His new slogan may as well be “don’t mess with Americans” as he authorizes new tariffs on steel and aluminum. This comes as a result of an ongoing dispute between the USA and Turkey, as it’s supposedly causing a currency crisis for Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish President.

Trump called them out on Twitter, where he lets the world know what’s going on and posts his thoughts on things for the public to see.

“I have just authorized a doubling of Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum with respect to Turkey as their currency, the Turkish Lira, slides rapidly downward against our very strong Dollar! Aluminum will now be 20% and Steel 50%. Our relations with Turkey are not good at this time!”

As Reported By CNBC:

The White House also got involved and released a statement that was relevant to what’s going on with the tariffs and battle with Turkey. It looks like they have some serious business to work out and make sure that everyone benefits from the trades now and in the future. When it comes to Trump, it’s America that comes first.

The White House later issued the following statement regarding President Trump’s tweet:

“As he stated, the President has authorized the preparation of documents to raise tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum from Turkey. Section 232 tariffs are imposed on imports from particular countries whose exports threaten to impair national security as defined in Section 232, independent of negotiations on trade or any other matter.”

The currency was already reeling Friday after comments from Erdogan, who called for citizens to convert their foreign currency holdings into lira. So far there has been no confirmation to CNBC of the new tariff policy from the U.S. Department of Commerce.

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