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Trump Tweets About Russia Probe, China Trade

Newsmax Saturday, 11 May 2019
President Donald Trump is taking jabs at Democrats for pursuing the Russia probe.Before heading to his golf club in Virginia, he re-tweeted 60 comments siding with him on that and other issues.He mused on rocky trade talks with China.
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On Tuesday U.S. President Trump seemed optimistic about prospects for a trade deal with China even as his administration readied 25 percent tariffs on all remaining Chinese imports with no new talks scheduled. Reuters reports that in early-morning tweets, Trump kept up his “America First” agenda...

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