Ohio Gov. John Kasich, whose state has been hit hard by losses in the steel and aluminum industry, Sunday criticized President Donald Trump’s call for higher import tariffs on the materials, saying they could result in a trade war that will mean higher prices for consumers and job losses.
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“We ought to modernize the way in which we determine whether the trade agreements are being violated,” the Republican governor told CNN “New Day” host Jake Tapper. “But just to turn around one day and say for this national security reason — which the Department of Defense doesn’t even agree to — doesn’t make much sense.”
Kasich also said Trump announced that he plans to impose tariffs of 25 percent on imported steel and 10 percent on aluminum “off the cuff,” and questioned the sudden announcement.
“It would be like me going home tonight having dinner with my family and saying, ‘girls, I sold the house today,” he told Tapper. “You don’t just do those things off the cuff.”
The governor said he does support a faster process to allow the United States to punish countries for cheating on trade deals, however.
But now, the European Union is threatening the United States and Trump is threatening them back, said Kasich.
“Trade wars and dividing us from our allies makes no sense,” said Kasich. “Fair trade is important…if somebody cheats us, by the time they get called on it, the jobs are lost. We need an expedited process.
Kasich also commented on calls for more extensive gun control laws, saying there needs to me more speed in getting restraining orders to keep the mentally ill or violent people from getting guns, including having weapons seized when family members complain about a person’s behavior.
The governor also discussed the situation with Russia, saying he does give the Trump administration credit for arming Ukraine. However, he warned that Russia is using the growing divisions being seen in politics to sow more attacks against the United States.
Kasich also Sunday continued to be coy over his plans for another run at the White House, telling Tapper that “all options are on the table” once his final term as governor ends.
“I don’t know what I’m going to do, but all options are on the table, both for me in my private, my professional life,” Kasich said. He also said he doesn’t know if there could be a successful GOP candidate to replace Trump in the 2020 election, as “we don’t know what’s going to happen next week.”
He further told Tapper that as for now, he just wants to make sure he has a voice to help bring the country together, joking that if he went any further than that, “I won’t be able to get in my house tonight. My wife will have it barricaded.”