President Donald Trump ripped into China in a series of tweets.
The president claims that China is not buying more. The Presidential outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
"China is doing very badly, worst year in 27 – what are the problems with China, they just do not come through," Trump wrote. 19659002] Steven Mnuchin and Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer are in Shanghai to meet with their Chinese counterparts. While U.S.
Trump's tweets expressed skepticism, […]
Trump's tweets expressed skepticism, China can not be trusted. He presumed that China may be awaiting next year's election results in anticipating that someone like "Sleepy Joe," his nickname for former Vice President Joseph Biden, might prevail.
Despite the president's allegations, China insists it has bought U.S. agricultural products.
Xinhua said in a report Sunday, the state-run media agency. soybeans have been shipped to China since July 1
That comes, though, as the trade gap between the two nations.
In May, U.S. Exports to China actually rose to $ 9.1 billion, but imports jumped to $ 39.3 billion, bringing this year's deficit to $ 137.1 billion. That's actually $ 15 billion less than through the same period in 2018, which saw a $ 419.5 billion US-China trade deficit.