President Donald Trump proposed on Thursday that his administration's blacklisting of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei could become a negotiating chip in trade negotiations with China.
] Having warned that "Huawei is something very dangerous" from a "security point of view, a military point of view," Trump continued: "It is possible that Huawei would enter into a trade agreement. If we made an agreement , I can imagine that Huawei is being included in some kind of a trade deal. "
Narration continued below
The president commented on an impromptu press conference following a White House arrangement with the peasant trade aid groups.
Last week, the Department of Commerce put Huawei on a trading blacklist, a potentially harmful blow, because the company relies on US suppliers for many of the components of the phones it sells worldwide. Commerce later gave US vendors a 90-day postponement to continue doing business with the company.
Trump followed a similar course last year with another Chinese telecommunications company, ZTE.
In the midst of trade negotiations with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Trump publicly called the trade department to come up with another way to punish ZTE, which had been banned from the United States for seven years to violate sanctions against Iran and North Korea .
Trade later Wed ZTE continues to do business in the United States as opposed to paying a $ 1 billion. fine and shake the management.