Trump set to meet with the Chinese as Trade War Escalates

President Trump on Monday said he plans to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin next month when world leaders gather for the Group of 20 (G-20) summit in Japan.

President Trump is  predicting that his meeting with Xi would be “very fruitful” and argued he would be negotiating from a position of strength after trade talks broke down last week between the world’s two largest economies.

“We’re in a great position right now, no matter what we do,” Trump told reporters during a meeting with Hungary’s prime minister. “Yeah, I think China wants to have it.”


The president’s announcement comes as trade tensions between the two nations have flared with each having hiked tariffs on the others’ imports following the failure of last week’s negotiations.

The Trump Administration raised tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods from 10 percent to 25 percent, but he said Monday he has not decided whether to impose 25 percent tariffs on the roughly $325 billion in remaining Chinese imports.

“We have another $325 billion that we can do if we decided to do it,” he said. “I haven’t made that decision yet … That is a tremendous amount of money that would come into our country.”

President Trump also took to Twitter to let the American People what is happening bypassing the MSM censors

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  1. We can learn from Hungary: WALLS WORK. And, we can understand how previous presidents have allowed China, Europe, Mexico, etc. to rip us off for decades. President Trump is doing a TRADE FIX [ not a “trade war” ].

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