Huawei may complain to the heavens (and does), but they have brought this on themselves. in no way shape or form am i a supporter of mr. Trump, but as the saying goes "a broken clock is right two times a day". picking on China is easy and low hanging fruit. the Chinese having game-planned their entire economic resurgence never counted on two things, 1) getting caught stealing and 2) the rise of arrogant behavior commensurate with their (awesome) economic advances. boiling all of the U.S. and China relations down over time leaves these as the basic truths. the economic policies themselves re: Chinese production are already strongarm tactics that would never be tolerated in a nation of fewer (potential) consumers. the Chinese cleverly used capitalistic greed to enrich their technology and economic base. but the problem is the Chinese didn't stop there, and there is no appropriate oversight in one party countries to tell them "hey guys, maybe the pace of industrial and military espionage is too high, we should throttle it back". every single foreign company in China has been exploited by industrial espionage with dossiers compiled on their workforce and cell phones are always monitored.