Trump says Xi can 'quickly and humanely solve' Hong Kong standoff
NEW JERSEY: US President Donald Trump on Wednesday (Aug 14) said Xi Jinping can 'humanely' resolve the violent standoff with protesters in Hong ...
"Personal meeting?" he added in what appeared to be an idea for offering his own help to Xi directly.
Trump also mentioned that he knew Xi"very well", describing him as"a great leader who very much has the respect of his people".Read more: CNA
Trump assailed for hands-off stance on Hong KongUS President Donald Trump was assailed Tuesday for his hands-off approach to pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, avoiding criticizing Beijing even as Chinese troops massed on the border to the territory. Critics on both sides of the political spectrum accused Trump of abandoning longstanding US policy
Trump assailed for hands-off stance on Hong KongUS President Donald Trump was assailed Tuesday for his hands-off approach to pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, avoiding criticizing Beijing ...
Trump says China should treat Hong Kong 'humanely' before trade deal can be agreedWASHINGTON (REUTERS, AFP) - US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday (Aug 14) that China wants to make a trade deal but it should treat Hong Kong 'humanely' first.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Having overplayed their hands in trade war, what can Trump and Xi do now?Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping are still locked in a cage match over who is the true big dog in today’s global economy. Both are desperate not only to “win,” but to be seen to win, and not be subjected to the scorn of their rivals or critics.
Trump says US learning ‘much’ from Russian missile test blastWASHINGTON President Donald Trump said on Monday that the US is learning 'much' from a deadly blast during a Russian missile test that caused elevated radiation levels. 'The United States is learning much from the failed missile explosion in Russia. We have similar, though...
Trump delays tariffs on some Chinese goods until DecemberResponding to pressure from businesses and growing fears that a trade war is threatening the U.S. economy, the Trump administration is delaying most of the import taxes it planned to impose on Chinese goods and is dropping others altogether. The announcement Tuesday from the Office of the U.S. Trade