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President Trump1: Thank you. During the campaign, I traveled the nation and visited the cities and towns devastated2 by unfair trade policies, probably one of the major reasons I'm here today - trade. Nobody has ever made bad trade deals like our country has made.
I saw the shuttered factories and spent time with the laid-off factory workers. I heard their stories, and I promised them action and I promised them a solution. And all over America, you're already seeing that solutions start to take place. Take a look at what's going on Michigan, with Ford3 and General Motors and Fiat-Chrysler, and so many more.
The jobs and wealth have been stripped from our country. Year after year, decade after decade, trade deficit4 upon trade deficit - reaching more than $700 billion last year alone, and lots of jobs. Thousands of factories have been stolen from our country. But these voiceless Americans now have a voice in the White House. Under my administration, the theft of American prosperity will end. We're going to defend our industry and create a level playing field for the American worker - finally.
Today, I am signing two executive orders that send this message loud and clear and that set the stage for a great revival5 of American manufacturing. And you saw that today; you saw what happened, you saw the kind of numbers we have. The survey actually showed 93 percent of manufacturers are now optimistic about the future - a record high - and that's up from about 56 percent just a couple of months ago. We're going to build on that tremendous momentum6. And we're bringing manufacturing and jobs back to our country.
First, I'm signing an executive order to ensure that we fully7 collect all duties imposed on foreign importers that cheat. They're cheaters. From now on, those who break the rules will face the consequences - and there'll be very severe consequences.
Second, I am ordering the first-ever comprehensive review of America's trade deficits8 and all violations9 of trade rules that harm the United States and the workers of the United States, just as I promised during my campaign. This review will be led by Secretary Wilbur Ross, who is joining us here today. Wilbur is an outstanding success story, an unbelievable businessman, a great but very, very fair negotiator, and on Wall Street, he's simply known as Wilbur, and everybody knows him. And now we have him on our side. So I thank you, Wilbur. It's really… You're going to do a fantastic job.
We're going to investigate all trade abuses, and, based on those findings, we will take necessary and lawful10 action to end those many abuses. I am not beholden to any political or financial interest. I don't care. I'm here to do a job. I'm doing a job for the American worker. I really don't care. I'm not thinking about my business or anybody's business. Wilbur isn't. Peter isn't. None of the folks that we have up here are. We're doing a job. It's an opportunity like nobody has ever given. And we're here to do a great job for the American worker and for our companies where the American workers are employed.
I work for the American people. Whether you're a Democrat11, a Republican, or belong to no-party at all, you are an American and I'm here to represent you and your family. We're going to get this thing straightened out. We're going to get these bad trade deals straightened out - right, Peter? It's time. You've been looking at it for years - right, Wilbur? This combination over here, it can't be beaten.
That's why I defied the special interests and followed through on my pledge to withdraw immediately from the Trans-Pacific Partnership12. And that's why I am taking these very historic steps today. The wellbeing of America and the American worker is my North Star. And these two orders will point out our nation, and point to everybody, point to the world. Next week, as you know, in Florida, the Southern White House, we're having the President of China and a large group from China as representatives. And we're going to get down to some very serious business. So we look forward to it. I've spoken to him numerous times on the phone. We look very much forward to it. But it's been very bad what's been happening to our country in terms of our companies and in terms of our jobs. So we're going to start turning it around. We're going to turn it around fast; it's not going to take a long time. It's going to go fast.
So I just want to end by saying that we have a team that's second to none. And when everybody is assembled and fully in gear after these two orders, I think it's going to be something very special. I'd like to ask Wilbur to say a few words, and then, Peter, you could say a few words. And we're all set. Our Vice13 President - I think I'm speaking for both, but I'm not 100 percent sure. I will tell you one thing - he has one hell of a good marriage going.#p#分頁標題#e#
Come on, Wilbur.
Secretary Ross: Thank you, Mr. President. If anyone had any doubt about the President's resolve to fix the trade problems, these two executive orders should end that speculation14 now and for all time. This marks the beginning of a totally new chapter in the American trade relationship with our partners overseas.
Thank you very much.
President Trump: Thank you. Peter.
Mr. Navarro: I remember well during the campaign, the day the President made the speech outside of Pittsburgh and laid down a set of promises to the American people on trade. And today, this is the beginning of the fulfillment of those promises in a grand way, with Wilbur Ross at the helm, and the President being the grand strategist of this. And we're going to get it done for the American people, workers, domestic manufacturers.
Thank you.
President Trump: Mr. Vice President.
Vice President Pence: This is a great day for the American worker and a great day for the American economy. Once again, President Trump is keeping his word. As we look for ways to expand exports from this country, imports to this country, this President is determined15 that we're going to have free trade, but it's going to be fair trade, and arms-length negotiations16 with nations, holding them accountable to the promises that they make. And the review the President is initiating17 today and the work of members of this team on the President's behalf will ensure that we put American first when it comes to trade; we put American jobs and American workers first.
President Trump: Thank you, Mike. Thank you, everybody. You're going to see some very, very strong results very, very quickly. Thank you very much. Thank you.


1 trump LU1zK     
  • He was never able to trump up the courage to have a showdown.他始終鼓不起勇氣攤牌。
  • The coach saved his star player for a trump card.教練保留他的明星選手,作為他的王牌。
2 devastated eb3801a3063ef8b9664b1b4d1f6aaada     
v.徹底破壞( devastate的過去式和過去分詞);摧毀;毀滅;在感情上(精神上、財務上等)壓垮adj.毀壞的;極為震驚的
  • The bomb devastated much of the old part of the city. 這顆炸彈炸毀了舊城的一大片地方。
  • His family is absolutely devastated. 他的一家感到極為震驚。
3 Ford KiIxx     
  • They were guarding the bridge,so we forded the river.他們駐守在那座橋上,所以我們只能涉水過河。
  • If you decide to ford a stream,be extremely careful.如果已決定要涉過小溪,必須極度小心。
4 deficit tmAzu     
  • The directors have reported a deficit of 2.5 million dollars.董事們報告赤字為250萬美元。
  • We have a great deficit this year.我們今年有很大虧損。
5 revival UWixU     
  • The period saw a great revival in the wine trade.這一時期葡萄酒業出現了很大的復蘇。
  • He claimed the housing market was showing signs of a revival.他指出房地產市場正出現復蘇的跡象。
6 momentum DjZy8     
  • We exploit the energy and momentum conservation laws in this way.我們就是這樣利用能量和動量守恒定律的。
  • The law of momentum conservation could supplant Newton's third law.動量守恒定律可以取代牛頓第三定律。
7 fully Gfuzd     
  • The doctor asked me to breathe in,then to breathe out fully.醫生讓我先吸氣,然后全部呼出。
  • They soon became fully integrated into the local community.他們很快就完全融入了當地人的圈子。
8 deficits 08e04c986818dbc337627eabec5b794e     
n.不足額( deficit的名詞復數 );赤字;虧空;虧損
  • The Ministry of Finance consistently overestimated its budget deficits. 財政部一貫高估預算赤字。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
  • Many of the world's farmers are also incurring economic deficits. 世界上許多農民還在遭受經濟上的虧損。 來自辭典例句
9 violations 403b65677d39097086593415b650ca21     
違反( violation的名詞復數 ); 冒犯; 違反(行為、事例); 強奸
  • This is one of the commonest traffic violations. 這是常見的違反交通規則之例。
  • These violations of the code must cease forthwith. 這些違犯法規的行為必須立即停止。
10 lawful ipKzCt     
  • It is not lawful to park in front of a hydrant.在消火栓前停車是不合法的。
  • We don't recognised him to be the lawful heir.我們不承認他為合法繼承人。
11 democrat Xmkzf     
  • The Democrat and the Public criticized each other.民主黨人和共和黨人互相攻擊。
  • About two years later,he was defeated by Democrat Jimmy Carter.大約兩年后,他被民主黨人杰米卡特擊敗。
12 partnership NmfzPy     
  • The company has gone into partnership with Swiss Bank Corporation.這家公司已經和瑞士銀行公司建立合作關系。
  • Martin has taken him into general partnership in his company.馬丁已讓他成為公司的普通合伙人。
13 vice NU0zQ     
  • He guarded himself against vice.他避免染上壞習慣。
  • They are sunk in the depth of vice.他們墮入了罪惡的深淵。
14 speculation 9vGwe     
  • Her mind is occupied with speculation.她的頭腦忙于思考。
  • There is widespread speculation that he is going to resign.人們普遍推測他要辭職。
15 determined duszmP     
  • I have determined on going to Tibet after graduation.我已決定畢業后去西藏。
  • He determined to view the rooms behind the office.他決定查看一下辦公室后面的房間。
16 negotiations af4b5f3e98e178dd3c4bac64b625ecd0     
協商( negotiation的名詞復數 ); 談判; 完成(難事); 通過
  • negotiations for a durable peace 為持久和平而進行的談判
  • Negotiations have failed to establish any middle ground. 談判未能達成任何妥協。
17 initiating 88832d3915125bdffcc264e1cdb71d73     
v.開始( initiate的現在分詞 );傳授;發起;接納新成員
  • He is good at initiating projects but rarely follows through with anything. 他善于創建項目,但難得堅持完成。 來自《簡明英漢詞典》
  • Only the perchlorate shows marked sensitiveness and possibly initiating properties. 只有高氯酸鹽表現有顯著的感度和可能具有起爆性能。 來自辭典例句
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