Any economist in the nation will tell you a tariff war is not a good thing.
But Donny thinks it'll be easy, and the world will capitulate to him, and he'll be a hero to his base.
However, it's not so easy for American companies. Look how it put the biggest nail maker in the nation in a crisis mode.
Here's what really fries my bacon...
Republicans in Congress whose states will be most affected by Trump's tariffs are busy imitating jellyfish and not putting any roadblocks on Donny's drive to destroy our economy.
I've heard some meek protests to Trump (kinda like kittens mewing for milk) that his tariffs will harm businesses in their states and make them more vulnerable in the midterms.
It's obvious that Republicans have lost their will to stand up to Trump however, as 90 percent of them continue to enable him.
But, as sure as there's corn in Iowa, soybeans in Illinois, and pork from Virginia, farmers are going to be faced with a crisis of their own - lost business that can't be made up.
I've read that the countries we've alienated are looking at targeting products in states that voted for Trump. In my 67 years, I've never seen, or heard of, anything like this.
It's getting personal as world leaders reject Trump's isolationist policies, and his tariff war on the world.
Related: Harley, stung by tariffs, shifts some production overseas
Time for me to walk on down the road...