71 thoughts on “U.S. Based Manufacturer Talks Trade War Impact | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC

  1. We want to support American companys.only now! I not buy products from foren countrys anymore.use to buy from L.L.BEAN no more foren now!

  2. My daughter who works part time an goes to college full time, has to watch her$ . She is not frivolous but looks for a deal. Educate our youth how to make end meet locally.

  3. MSNBCannibals want as much industry in the USA offshored to human rights abusing countries and IF IT cant be outsourced, they want Illegal aliens doing the work.. Understand the War MSNBCoverUP news has been waging against Americans since day 1 of their existence Imagine if MSNBCannibals exposed this to Americans the last 30 yrs , WHAT A wonderful place the USA would be to live .. This is why a multiTrillion MASS Consumer Fraud lawsuit is in the worx for MSNBC

  4. YOU HAVE GOT TO FIND A WAY TO HELP THE DEMOCRATS GET US WORRIED, SO THEY CAN KEEP FUNNELING MONEY TOO THEIR NEW MASTERS , CHINA !! 🤨

  5. EVERY CULT NEEDS ITS GOD !! YOU MADE A FINE ONE WITH IT'S OWN NEW COMMANDMENTS ! THOW SHALL NOT BE WHITE , STRAIGHT , MALE , HETEROSEXUAL !!

  6. No this is not a sign he is relenting on the trade war. This is a sign that he is sweating profusely, and desperately wants to distract us from the whistleblower story. Don't fall for it! Ignore it!
    Stay focused.
    Impeachment all the way!

  7. Imagine if the Republicans believed in following the Constitution, then the tariffs would be set by Congress only. Congress made a law that for national security reasons the president can set tariffs for certain items. Trump says that a good economy is important for national security, so he can set tariffs on everything. That is not what the Constitution says.

  8. Bussiness new the china deal decades ago when they took our jobs overseas now they expect tax payers and workers to pay for there new deal NO WAY

  9. I agree that we need to buy more US made goods.  We have to also recognize that the world is now global, and some things are made in other countries.  You don’t punish the US citizen when they just need a toaster.

  10. I can't afford his products. A zip up hoodie costs 108.00 U.S. dollars. I just bought two zip up Haynes fleece hoodies for 28.00. Who is your market geared toward? Way too much for the common man.

  11. So much wrong with what this guy is saying. Stop pretending you are trying to make it better for the consumer! This is just giving permissions to the government to dictate the marketplace and put more taxes on companies like Amazon. I buy from Amazon because it is good, cheap, quick, no tax and easy to return. Amazon is too good for the people and owns the Washington post that is the problem Trump has with it.

  12. I have all but stopped buying from Amazon. It aggravates me to no end that they have not paid anything towards taxes for years. I’m not giving them any more of my hard-earned $$ until they start paying their fair share

  13. Trump ends the trade war and democrats still find a way to slam trump.
    Democratic leaders and presidential hopefuls have been speaking out against China but democrats are too blind to see 2 feet in front of their own faces.

  14. That's like saying you got shot in the face but it's a good thing because people are now talking about what you used to look like.

  15. The Chinese delegation opted out of a visit to go to a Montana farm in order to watch hay grow and went home a little early. This caused the Dow to drop 200 points. All the markets joined in a synchronized dive. Is there anyone in the market with an intellectual age of greater than 17 (perhaps an inebriated 17).

  16. Blah blah blah, why can't it be like the 50s. What garbage… manufacturers moved out for profits.
    Face it to reverse the tide is going to will require massive capital investment which means giving up shareholder value. Hence will never happen in the next 20 years.

  17. Just went to AMERICAN GIANT website because I had never heard of them. First item is a PAIR OF JEANS—$148.00!! I WON'T BE SHOPPING THERE.

  18. Trade between countries is great as long as it is fair. When Trump first went in the cheese producers screamed about Canadian imports. Trump said never mind he would stop that. That was fine except they harmed their own market. Canada bought 2/3-s more cheese fro the U.S. than they bought from us. Shut. I have not bought American cheese for over 2 years. Besides which we suddenly have a couple new cheese producers local. One who also makes and sell lovely berry wines. Farmers seem to be on the same wave lent as Trump. Could they afford the huge drop in Canadian exports…no they could not but no one stopped to think. Typical.

  19. Mr. Winthrop makes some good points. However, the major reason consumers have gravitated towards cheaper goods is because wages have not kept up. Can't afford more expensive clothing and other extras made in the U.S. when people are working two and three jobs and still living paycheck-to-paycheck! Let's let workers start taking home more of the profits, Mr. Winthrop!

  20. . . the average working person will always buy a cheaper item over a more expensive item no matter where it's made and that isn't going to change .

  21. The US needs to be making the best solar panels and wind generators. Not hoodies that cost way too much. Leave that for _____.

  22. If there are choices between expensive made in USA and cheaper made in China similar quality and tariffs do not even out the difference, how many people want to buy expensive one ? Politicians are rich but not most of US citizens.

  23. HE IS TALKING CRAP HE SALES TO RICH, AND ALL MANU FACTOR BEEN OVER SEAS TRUMP HAS HIS STUFF MADE OVER SEAS. AND I AM NOT BUYING HIS $148 DOLLARS HOODIES

  24. The businessmen want to make more money with less investements. People want to buy more things with less money. One wants the posibility to acumulate some wealth, the other one wants to have more and more. It's two different reality, we can't always find solution for only one side of the problem.

  25. This guy does not answer any question directly. I know no idea what his answers is in a lot of the questions. A lot of words come out of his mouth but he says nothing.

  26. What he says about quality is quite a bit more nuanced.
    All kinds of cost are higher for the american manufacturer. The only thing you have working for you, is that the finished goods do not need to be shipped long distance.
    Shipping a full container from China would cost a few thousand US$. A Container would fit about 10.000 pair of Jeans. Very, very roughly you should add a dollar shipping cost for a pair of Jeans from China.
    If you attempt to match the price of the Chinese goods, you will find that your quality is actually worse.

    You think American factory workers are more skilled?
    You think American factory workers are more motivated?

  27. and his workers(Bayard) are full of hispanic and other workers(saw it?) Give me a break! All they care about is making huge!!! profits! They not care if it is made in China,Taiwan,Thailand,India or any!!! other.As long it is cheap to make and they can sell big! China became great in producing cheap with according quality and!!! quick! And China can make very! good quality also! (They are doing it for a lot!!! of famous brands.)
    And now China is the bad guy???? HAHAHAHA! COME ON!!!
    The problem is NOT!!! China!
    But the corporate GREED!!!
    And where are the most products made by Trumps companies???? and now still! CHINA!!!!!!!!!!

  28. Here it is in a Nutshell……. The past 40 years wages have been stagnant. People need to buy "cheep stuff" because we don't have the buying power we had 40 years ago. Automation wasn't what it is today. So, if these "jobs" do come back, they are going to be automated. Big Business (i.e., Farming) is mostly automated and mechanized. I don't see more and more jobs coming back in textiles or agriculture…America (we) need to make getting an education more cost effective to producing a technical future..i.e., jobs that can't easily be automated and pay a living wage……in a nutshell ✌

  29. Trump has no interest in bringing back manufacturing jobs. He's a phony wind bag–all pretense, no substance. Eventually manufacturing will be in the hands of robots–even cheaper labor. Manufacturing jobs are not the end all, be all to stability.

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