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U.S. and Chinese leaders meet

Chinese and U.S. Presidents talk

San Angelo, TX - The Chinese president said his economy would become more open and transparent to foreign firms.

Over the past two days American and Chinese companies signed deals worth $250 billion dollars. "The United States is committed to protecting the intellectual property of our companies and providing a leveled playing field for our workers," said President Donald Trump.

The former Mexican Ambassador to China questions the deal saying, "Beijing is the master of selling the same agreement 10 times."

The other big item on the agenda, North Korean hostilities. "We agreed on the need to fully implement all UN Security Council resolutions on North Korea and to increase economic pressure until North Korea abandons its reckless and dangerous path," said the President.

The president is urging China to cut financial ties with North Korea to get them to back off.

President Trump also called on Russia to help stop North Korea.

Once finishing  the pleasantries in China this morning Trump got down to business. The two world leaders spent two hours negotiating

Then emerged to say he does not blame China for the trade deficit with the United States. "But in actuality I do blame past administrations for allowing this out of control trade deficit to take place and to grow," said the president.

President Trump made it clear the trade relationship needs to change.


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