Trump attacks China again

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (VOP TODAY NEWS) — US President Donald Trump has strongly attacked China, accusing it of failing to respect the terms of the trade negotiations as the talks in Shanghai resumed between Americans and Chinese.

“My team is currently negotiating with them, but they (the Chinese) are always adjusting the deal for their benefit,” Trump wrote Tuesday in a tweet on Twitter.

“China is in a bad situation, its worst year in 27 years, it was supposed to buy our agricultural products, nothing indicates that it is doing it, this problem with China simply does not apply what it says it will do,” he said.

Trump suggested that the Chinese wanted to buy time beyond the US presidential election, hoping that a US president would come from the Democratic bloc to sign a new trade deal with him.

“China has lost 5 million jobs and 2 million industrial jobs because of the Trump fee. Trump has brought China back, the United States is doing well,” Trump said of the repercussions of the trade war on the Chinese economy.

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