The US President warns the country to wait out the next election. He was going to anyway confirmed in office. And then a Deal will be "much worse" for China. Beijing is allowed.
U.S. President Donald Trump has warned China not to play in the trade dispute on time. The people's Republic wool may await the outcome of the U.S. presidential election in November 2020, "to see if you're lucky, a Democrat will win and they would rip off in the case of the United States will continue to $ 500 billion per year," wrote the Republican on Saturday on Twitter.
This is not the strategy to go but, the US President, used to be confident of victory: "The only Problem is, you know, that I'm going to win ... and a Deal will be much worse if it needs to be negotiated in my second term," he wrote further on Twitter. It would be wise of China, when it was now.
....The only problem is that they know I am going to win (best economy & employment numbers in U. S. history, & much more), and the deal will become far worse for them if it has to be negotiated in my second term. Would be wise for them to act now, but love collecting BIG TARIFFS!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 11. May 2019
Since July 2018, the world's two largest economies put on the powers of the world to each other with tariffs, which inhibits the global economy. After the latest round of Negotiations had failed in Washington, heralded by Trump on Friday a further round in the conflict. The duties were set at a whole number of other Chinese imports. Trump threatened in addition, in order to increase the duty on all other Chinese imports that are not yet affected by such measures.
China responded in self-aware and wants to go down in "questions of principle" no compromises. There's disagreement about the progress of the trade talks. China's chief negotiator Liu He reported on the Saturday before Chinese journalists, both sides had agreed that the negotiations "in the near future" in Beijing. However, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told the US broadcaster CNBC, "until now," had not planned any further trade talks.