Director of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro said U.S. confidence in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) had ended and that the United States would hold it accountable for the damage caused.

Navarro notes that U.S. President Donald Trump is the first to address this situation, which has been ongoing for decades, during which the Chinese regime has taken advantage of his country by cheating and causing millions of job losses, according to an interview published by Fox News on July 7.

Navarro then recounts the appearance of the CCP (Communist Party of China) Virus and how the Chinese regime hid it for months, causing great harm in the world.

In addition, he describes the way in which the CCP took advantage of the American financial system through the privileges granted to Hong Kong, circumstances that President Trump will change to avoid further damage to U.S. investors.

Similarly, intellectual property theft will be blocked, and Navarro announced that in a few weeks specific measures will be presented by which the CCP will have to account for the damage caused in various areas to the U.S.

The CCP will also be held accountable for the 130,000 lives lost in the United States and for the enormous economic losses that cause hardship to the survival of many Americans.

Thus, Navarro complements what President Trump said in his speech during the Independence Day celebrations at the White House.

“The Chinese regime has cheated in trade and Americans have lost millions of jobs,” President Trump emphasized on that occasion, adding that the CCP’s “secrecy, deception, and coverup” of the CCP Virus makes it responsible for the disaster caused in 189 countries.

The tactics with which the CCP takes advantage of the United States are numerous, to the extent that for FBI Director Christopher Wray, investigating it is an intense task.

“We have reached a point where the FBI has to open a counterintelligence investigation every 10 hours. Of the 5,000 counterintelligence investigations in the country, almost half are related to China,” Wray said July 7, according to C-Span.