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Trump’s ZTE tweet sows confusion before trade talks with China

May 15, 2018
Josh Dawsey, David J. Lynch, Damian Paletta | The Washington Post
Senior U.S. officials struggled Monday to explain and act on President Trump’s abrupt decision to rescue Chinese telecom giant ZTE — a move that caught many of them by surprise.
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Trump says he'll help Chinese company that violated U.S. sanctions

May 14, 2018
Annie Karni, Brent Griffiths | POLITICO
President Donald Trump signaled Sunday he would help out a Chinese phone-maker that has been banned from accessing U.S. technology, a top priority of Chinese trade negotiators coming to Washington later this week for talks.
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Trump’s hardline supporters sound alarm on his China moves

May 14, 2018
Jonathan Swan, Erica Pandey | Axios
President Trump's pivot on China has some of his most loyal supporters spooked.
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Trump considers rejoining Trans-Pacific Partnership

April 13, 2018
Eamon Javers | CNBC
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the top political stories on the morning, including President Trump's turnaround on trade, and James Comey's new book criticizing President Trump.
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Trade dispute escalates

April 9, 2018
Eamon Javers | CNBC
CNBC's Eamon Javers takes a look at growing trade tensions between the U.S. and China.

President Trump rattles global markets and cracks down on immigration, EPA chief’s future remains uncertain

April 6, 2018
A trade war, crackdown on immigration and turmoil in the Trump administration.
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Trump threatens China with new tariff plan

April 6, 2018
Abby Phillip | CNN
President Donald Trump ratcheted up the trade war rhetoric with China, saying he is considering another wave of steep tariffs on the country's exports to the US.
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Trump’s two-front war

March 22, 2018
Jonathan Swan | Axios
President Trump is ending the week with a flop — nowhere close to the border wall funding he wanted in the DACA-less spending bill that congressional leaders released last evening. But he's fulfilling one of his most aggressive campaign promises with his anti-China trade action.
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Souring World Views of Trump Open Doors for China and Russia

January 18, 2018
Peter Baker | The New York Times
Much of the world has soured on American leadership since President Trump took office, a loss of faith that has opened up opportunities for other countries like China, Russia and Germany to assert themselves on the international stage, according to an extensive new survey of people living around the globe.
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