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President Joe Biden announced new tariffs on $18 billion worth of Chinese exports, including electric vehicles, chips, batteries, and other goods on Tuesday, in a speech marked by incoherent slurring. The move by the Biden administration, which came after previous criticism of former President Trump’s tariffs, aims to address the ongoing trade imbalance with China.

During his speech, President Biden attempted to highlight the importance of electric vehicle infrastructure, stating that “Electric charging stations have to be as easy to find as a gas station.” This statement comes amidst ongoing efforts to expand the country’s electric vehicle charging network, following a $7.5 billion allocation by Congress for this purpose in 2021.

Despite the promised funding, reports indicate that progress in installing EV chargers has been slow, with only a small number of stations in operation. Biden’s administration has pledged to utilize billions of dollars to build hundreds of thousands of EV charging stations across the country.

In response to Biden’s announcement, former President Trump criticized the move, emphasizing the need to prioritize American autoworkers and manufacturing. Trump, along with several Republican lawmakers including North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, Rep. Byron Donalds, Rep. Cory Millis, and former GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy, expressed concern over the impact of Chinese exports on the U.S. economy.

During a press conference outside the New York City courthouse, where President Trump spoke before his trial related to the Biden/Bragg hush money scandal, he reiterated his commitment to challenging Chinese trade practices. Trump accused China of “eating our lunch” and underscored the importance of protecting American interests in the global market.

In light of the ongoing tensions between the U.S. and China, Biden’s decision to impose new tariffs reflects the administration’s strategy to address trade disparities and promote domestic manufacturing. However, the effectiveness of these measures remains a point of contention, with critics questioning the impact on consumer prices and international relations.

As the debate over trade policies continues to unfold, the Biden administration faces increasing pressure to deliver on its promises of economic revitalization and job creation. The outcome of these efforts will likely shape the trajectory of U.S.-China relations and the broader global economy in the coming months.