President Trump claimed on Thursday that if he was re-elected, his administration would impose tariffs on any company that leaves the United States to create careers somewhere else.

“We will impose tariffs on any company that leaves America to deliver careers overseas,” Mr Trump claimed in his acceptance speech at the Republican Nationwide Convention.

“We are going to make confident our firms and careers remain in our region, as I’ve now been carrying out. Joe Biden’s agenda is Made in China. My agenda is Made in the United states of america.”

Mr Trump portrayed himself as possessing been eager to obstacle China on trade in the course of his speech to the celebration devoted and asserted his Democratic rival in the November election, Joe Biden, would not be as difficult.

The former serious estate developer spent a lot of his initially expression waging a trade war towards China more than its trade practices, engineering transfer and industrial insurance policies, imposing punitive tariffs on $370 billion worth of Chinese imports.