Trump says China can’t stop him from taking America to war

Trump says Beijing cannot stop him taking America into war over his trade agenda.

The president’s comments came during a meeting with the CEOs of major U.S. automakers in Washington on Wednesday, as he was pressed by executives on how they can get their product into the United States faster.

Trump was not the only one to express skepticism about China’s economic prowess, which was a focus of his election campaign.

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres was also asked about Beijing’s ability to compete on the global stage, with which it has clashed repeatedly.

Guterres said Wednesday he had no problem with Trump’s concerns but that the U.K. and China are in a different place now.

Trump has long criticized the Chinese government and called them a threat to the U-S.


He said China has been successful in its economic activities in the past, but now they have been taken advantage of by the U.

“I think China has the capacity to continue doing what they’re doing, and they’re not going to be able to do what they were doing.

We’re going to have to get to the bottom of it.

And I think China will be a very strong competitor for us, I think,” Guterre said.

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