Trump says China trade deal could come before U.S. election, or not

Reuters | September 18, 2019

Trump says China trade deal could come before U.S. election, or not
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday his administration could seal a deal on trade with China before the U.S. presidential election, or an agreement could be reached the day after U.S. voters go to the polls. Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force One as he traveled from New Mexico to California, Trump claimed that Beijing thinks he is going to win re-election, but that Chinese officials would prefer to deal with someone else. He said he had told China that if the deal comes after the Nov. 3, 2020 election, it would be on terms “far worse” for Beijing than it could achieve right now.

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