Donald Trump says US’s Hong Kong law doesn’t help China trade talks
Tuesday, 3 December 2019 US President Donald Trump said on Monday US legislation backing protesters in Hong Kong did not make trade negotiations with China easier, but added he believes Beijing still wants a deal with the United States. Advertising The law “doesn’t make it better, but we’ll see what happens,” Trump said, talking to reporters. He gave no indication when the deal would be finalized, but two other US officials said a deal could still happen this year depending on China’s actions. Washington and Beijing have yet to ink a so-called “phase one” trade agreement announced in October, which had raised hopes of a de-escalation in their prolonged trade war. The global...
US President Donald Trump and French leader Emmanuel Macron meet in Downing Street following a row over Nato. Mr Trump, in London for a two-day meeting of alliance leaders, said the French president had been "very disrespectful" when he claimed the alliance was "brain dead".
Watch VideoPresident Donald Trump signed a preliminary trade agreement with China Wednesday, putting the countries a step closer to resolving their nearly... Newsy Also reported by •USATODAY.com •Newsmax •Sify
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday pointed to Phase 2 trade talks with China, a day after Washington and Beijing inked a preliminary Phase 1 agreement, but... Reuters India Also reported by •USATODAY.com •Japan Today •Reuters