As Huawei’s Meng Freed On Bail, Trump Says He May Intervene To Save Trade Deal

As Huawei’s Meng Freed On Bail, Trump Says He May Intervene To Save Trade Deal

Well, detained/kidnapped Huawei Technologies CFO Meng Wanzhou will get to hang out in her Vancouver home while she waits for Donald Trump to figure out whether he wants to push the extradition issue. Meng was granted bail by a Canadian court on Tuesday evening, a decision that's been days in the making. A Friday hearing ended with no decision on her release, which means Meng had to spend the weekend in jail. Now, she's free (...at last, thank God almighty) thanks to $7.5 million in cash a
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7 thoughts on “As Huawei’s Meng Freed On Bail, Trump Says He May Intervene To Save Trade Deal

  1. What an idiot. If she is guilty she should go to jail. Trump should not be the one to decide who doesn’t have to follow the law. As you can read below even the Chinese know that she encourage blatant cheating, she belongs in jail. This story is pretty damning if true https://bit.ly/2E8fHkD

    1. Yes, it’s quite funny how the Chinese government suddenly became concerned about the human rights of Chinese citizens. I think you could find millions who might differ.

  2. Amateur hour on display. Was it always a trade tool? Was it really separate and now he sees it as a tool to gain leverage? Is it a coincidence that China talks about auto tariffs and we get a bail deal and Pres T saying he could intervene? Is this the Saudi/MBS way that if you pay we’ll ease up on morals and/or illegalities?

    Serious, is this the way to run a country???

    Canuck, this is not just a Chinese citizen, they still dont care about all citizens.

    Green, she and another one involved may just be above the law……………

  3. Interestingly, she would be the first public representative of a company to be criminally charged with breaking sanctions. At least a dozen US companies have been found guilty and only had to pay a fine, without any charges laid against their public officers.

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