Here Is What Trump's Mysterious "European Trade Announcement" Will Be About | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Here Is What Trump's Mysterious "European Trade Announcement" Will Be About

Global markets are reeling Friday morning after President Trump announced his plan to slap 10% tariffs on the remaining ~$300 billion in Chinese imports, sparking fears that the world's two largest economies would hunker down for a prolonged and destabilizing trade war. But adding to the market's anxieties, journalists noticed an entry on President Trump's itinerary ominously titled "announcement on European trade" slated for 1:45 pm ET.

Of course, it's difficult to imagine that a president as obsessed with the stock market as Trump would delivery such a brutal one-two punch to investor confidence by, say, slapping tariffs on European autos. But without any clarification, the worst fears of analysts were left to fester.

But in a report that nearly slipped under the radar, Bloomberg has apparently learned the purpose of Friday afternoon's trade announcement. And it's far less exciting than many had feared.

President Trump and Trade Rep. Robert Lighthizer will announce a deal that will open the EU to more beef exports, something that will undoubtedly thrill the American beef industry which, like most of the American farming community, has firmly supported the president.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I would suggest that European beef eaters, and buyers of beef for various outlets, take great heed of information in the following articles:

5 Dangerous Substances Big Ag Pumps Into Your Meat

Harmful Chemicals in the meat you eat

What You Need to Know About The Beef Industry

These American Meat Products Are Banned Abroad

I would imagine that this is intended for the poorest of the poor, who are always considered replaceable, and irrelevant, by their respective governments; however, thinking people in Europe are going to going to providers of organic beef, and guess who is Johnny-on-the Spot to fulfill this need?!? Russia.

Russia to ramp up global organic meat market