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U.S. trade tariffs set to leave Mnuchin in cold at G20 meeting

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By David Lawder and Luc Cohen

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The United States will seek to convince Japan and the European Union to join it in a more aggressive stance against Chinese trade practices at the G20 meeting of finance ministers and central bank presidents,

what! i mean you now want Japans and EUs help in tackling China even after you've insulted them by labeling them national security threats and applied tariffs and treating more tariffs on their imports. Seriously Americas hypocrisy is thicker than Trumps lies. LOL

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Reuters reported. "The ministers will stress that trade restrictions "hurt everyone." 

Tell those ministers, "Those that live in glass houses, should not throw stones."

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The farcical Donald J. Trump’s policy of damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead is the main threat to U.S. national security and workd wellbeing.

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The United States will seek to convince Japan and the European Union to join it in a more aggressive stance against Chinese trade practices...

You mean America's "foe", the EU? Someone's failed diplomacy 101 here. Fat chance the EU will support the US on this. Why should they?

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The moron in chief doesn't comprehend that the problems that the US has with China are to a great extent the same problems other nations have with China, Yet he focuses on turning them all into adversaries, and now expects help?

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