Trump says Federal Reserve is ‘very, very destructive’ to economy

Trump says Federal Reserve is ‘very, very destructive’ to economy

"We note that for some time, the USA has made multiple public statements that it look forward to a meeting between the two heads of state during the G20 Osaka Summit", Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told reporters in Beijing when asked about the issue. He said this will lead to a "40 state re-election landslide" victory for Trump in 2020.

Last week, Trump said he would decide after G20, the meeting of the leaders of the world's largest economies, whether to carry out a threat to impose tariffs on an additional $300 billion in Chinese goods. "I think he'll go", Trump told CNBC on Monday. The regime later imposed a retaliatory tariff hike on $60 billion of US goods.

President Trump's threat to impose tariffs on an additional $300 billion worth of Chinese goods if President Xi Jinping fails to meet him at the G20 summit in Japan, is not just about tariffs - it's about curbing misbehavior on the part of Chinese firms, like Huawei, and reforming bad trade deals to boost the USA economy, said Trump's top economic adviser Kevin Hassett.

No talks are planned in Beijing or Washington before the Osaka event, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told reporters over the weekend.

Moore joined radio host Matt Boyle on Saturday, admitting that he was wrong when it came to the president's call to threaten Mexico with tariffs if they didn't take action against massive waves of migrants headed to the US southern border. He added that the going to look at the issue differently, not pointing to any specific plan to do so.

Terry Branstad, the U.S. ambassador to China, is scheduled to meet with U.S. Vice President Mike Pence in Washington later Tuesday amid the ongoing negotiations.

Tribal militia kills up to 150 in Mali as Islamist insurgency intensifies
The United Nations is investigating the March attack in Mali's Mopti region, which devastated the Fulani village of Ogossago. According to MINUSMA, armed Fulanis had "caused 63 deaths" among civilians in the Mopti region, also since January 2018.

"We do not want a trade war, but we are not afraid of fighting one", Geng said, reiterating earlier statements.

In a game of tit-for-tat, Trump added, China will lose simply because they have far fewer US imports they can target.

Trump's tariff rattling has spooked global markets and also run into pushback from many in Congress.

Washington last month put Huawei on a blacklist that effectively bars U.S. firms from selling to the company without government approval. -China trade relationship, President Donald Trump has focused on China's huge surplus in bilateral trade-$419 billion in 2018-as proof the Chinese are "cheating" and "raping" the USA economy.

Chinese authorities say the United States is exaggerating security concerns to block a potential competitor. So now we have restrictions on that too, which we put in under my administration, very recently because they were buying all of our companies.

"Had a Democrat gotten in., China would have caught us", he said.

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