Donald Trump continues to tell it like it is, explaining to the New York Times editorial board that, if elected president, he would slap a 45 percent tariff on Chinese exports to the United States. He also described himself as a "free trader."
The 45 percent tariff is significantly higher than the one he proposed back in 2011 during a speech in Las Vegas, in which he decried the "weak, pathetic leadership" of U.S. politicians. Trump also explained how he would deploy toughness and profanity to inform Chinese leaders of his plan to tax their goods. Watch below: