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Trump's Trade War Bet With China Might Just Crap Out

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Trump's Trade War Bet With China Might Just Crap Out

Trump's Trade War Bet With China Might Just Crap Out

President Donald Trump took a gamble by starting a trade war with Beijing in 2018.

At the time, the White House bet it was going to force the world's second-largest economy to change what was seen as unfair trade policies.

Now, seven months and hundreds of billions of dollars worth of tariffs later, Trump seems to be bracing for the possibility of losing.

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