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Trump considers delisting Chinese firms from U.S. markets (Original Post) at140 Sep 2019 OP
"Hey guys - it's Saturday - I haven't done anything dickish in days!" leftieNanner Sep 2019 #1
wonder what this shake-down is for. 5X Sep 2019 #2
Another projectile in the tariff war of nerves...eom at140 Sep 2019 #3
He really Newest Reality Sep 2019 #4
Does he have the authority to do that? C_U_L8R Sep 2019 #5
I agree. Seems to run also counter to first amendment rights...nt SWBTATTReg Sep 2019 #6
That is up to the individual Stock Exchanges. Wellstone ruled Sep 2019 #7


(14,947 posts)
1. "Hey guys - it's Saturday - I haven't done anything dickish in days!"
Sat Sep 28, 2019, 05:29 PM
Sep 2019

The economy isn't shaky enough, right?

Newest Reality

(12,712 posts)
4. He really
Sat Sep 28, 2019, 05:36 PM
Sep 2019

seems to hate this country more than we may have even supposed.

So, how much vindictive damage will he do as retribution for being called out on the carpet now to face consequences? I anticipate a lot of that. "I'll show you!" seems to be an option as the child attempts to get his way by being destructive while throwing tantrums.

Look out, we are in a for a ride and he still has the power to ramp up the mayhem as much as he can get away with. I don't think he is able to really see through his delusion of impunity that well, so he can convince himself that it's alright to muck up the country as a way to retaliate.

In other words, he hates us all and the country as well. There is some deep-seated psychological shit I am seeing in him that goes beyond the obvious narcissism, etc. In lieu of therapy, we get this acting out. There is more to it than meets the eye.


(44,807 posts)
5. Does he have the authority to do that?
Sat Sep 28, 2019, 05:41 PM
Sep 2019

The exchanges don't belong to the govt.
This seems to be a gross manipulation.


Wellstone ruled

(34,661 posts)
7. That is up to the individual Stock Exchanges.
Sat Sep 28, 2019, 06:04 PM
Sep 2019

Usually delisting is done for financial reasons and not because some Russian Asset wants it done.

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