President Donald Trump said Monday, July 1, that the next round of China trade talks had "essentially already begun," and that it had started before with Chinese President Xi Jinping. The president emphasized that any deal would need to benefit the United States more than it would China Consumers. Trump was in the Oval Office to sign an executive action at $ 4.6 billion aid to help the federal government meet the need of Central American immigrant crossing at the US-Mexico border.
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