Economic analyst Stephen Moore called for a “hard line” on trade with China — including a tariff on some goods — to stop North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, rejecting the strategy would wreck the U.S. economy.
In an interview with “Newsmax Now” hosts Bill Tucker and Ellis Henican on Newsmax TV, Moore, a senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation and former Trump senior economic adviser, said “drastic times require drastic measures.”
“You’re talking about a country – it’s not even a country, it’s some tyrant who has access to a bomb that can be dropped on Japan but more power than the Hiroshima bomb that was dropped during World War II,” said Moore, also a Newsmax Finance Insider.
“China has the power to take away the bomb,” he continued. “They’re the only ones who can stop North Korea right now.
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