Trump said he’s now holding up the deal with China and he’s only interested if China goes back to “that deal” before negotiations collapsed. He said, “it’s me right now that’s holding up the deal… We had a deal with China and unless they go back to that deal I have no interest.”

While Trump might meet Chinese President Xi at G20 in Osaka later this month, expectations are generally low. White House Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney it’s an opportunity to get talks “hard-wired again.” However, he added, “I do not see the president’s meeting as a deal closer.”

US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross also said “At the G20, at most it will be … some sort of agreement on a path forward, but certainly it’s not going to be a definite agreement. Though he added, “Eventually, this will end in negotiation. Even shooting wars end in negotiations.”

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