Washington Post China is a favorite punching bag of Trump’s, a jumping-off point for the Republican presidential candidate to emphasize his tough-minded negotiating skills and criticize Obama for having a feeble foreign policy. By Ana Swanson
'"I beat China all the time," Trump has said.
'The Chinese have begun taking notice. While most Chinese people still
seem to be unaware of who Trump is, a growing number of people in the
Chinese media and on social media are discussing the baffling political
'Chinese comments center on Trump’s real estate empire,
his wealth, his loud-mouthed commentary, and, of course, his hair, the
fascination with which appears to transcend cultural and linguistic
barriers. "This guy's hair's so strange. I thought it was Photoshopped
at first," one Chinese social media user wrote.
Trump’s statement that he would change his hair if he were elected
president, one Chinese Internet user writes, “Can you change your head,