“Unlimited Globalization” and It’s Devastating impact on America’s Working and Middle Class

“Richard Grenell, the former Acting Director of National Intelligence and former United States Ambassador to Germany, torched “unlimited globalization” and it’s devastating impact on America’s working and middle class during his speech at the Republican National Convention (RNC).

“No candidate [in the Republican presidential primary in 2015] could bring themselves to admit that something had gone badly wrong with American foreign policy. That the American voter, the American soldier, and the American taxpayer had all been let down,” Grenell said. “Except for one – Donald Trump.” Grenell went on to say:

After the end of the Cold War, Democrats and Republicans in Washington bought into the illusion that the whole world would start to resemble America. And so they started to pursue unlimited globalization. They welcomed China into the World Trade Organization … but they didn’t ground any of it in the interests of the average American.

Grenell added:

So for decades, while Washington politicians built a global system, American wages stagnated. Our great cities and industries were hollowed out. Entire communities were devasted, and our manufacturing plants were shipped off to China. That’s what happened when Washington stopped being the capital of the United States, and started being the capital of the world.

Grenell panned “China sympathizers” and “globalization fanatics,” saying they have no place in the decision making of President Trump’s administration.

In January, the New York Times acknowledged the boom of support for Trump’s economic nationalist agenda among working class and middle class Americans who had been betrayed by 30 years of globalization consensus among Republicans and Democrats.

Breitbart News has chronicled Trump’s shift of the GOP to one that looks out for the needs of the nation’s working and middle-class workforce with tariffs, tight labor markets, and an anti-outsourcing agenda — far from the party’s business-centric, economic libertarian platform that helped lose the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections.”

By John Binder, Breitbart News

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