Republican presidential candidate decries China's trade practices

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RENO, Nev. (AP) - Republican presidential candidate Duncan
Hunter sounded a projectionist theme at a convention of
conservatives on Saturday
Hunter is vowing to save American manufacturing jobs by ending
Chinas unfair trading practices and to build 850 miles of double
fence along the Mexican border.
The Southern California congressman spoke before the
Conservative Leadership Conference in Sparks.
He spent much of his 35-minute speech decrying Chinas strategy
of devaluing its currency and lamenting the flagging capacity of
the United States to manufacture equipment needed by the military.
His stop at the conservative conference marked Hunters second
campaign visit to northern Nevada.

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