Trump tells Xi Jinping to say that he does not have the rates & # 39; for the time being & # 39; will impose, because he says that Kim Jong-un & # 39; very positive & # 39; responded to his offer of a DMZ meeting
- President Trump held a press conference in Osaka at the end of the G20
- He is going to Seoul where he will visit the DMZ on Sunday
- On Saturday, he announced the resumption of trade negotiations with China
- He had threatened to impose another $ 300 billion in fees
- He was under fire to smile while telling Putin not to interfere with the American elections
- He also declared his friendship with Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman
- China-run news agency Xinhua reported that the US would stop threatening rates
President Donald Trump says he has told Chinese President Xi Jinping that he & # 39; for the moment & # 39; will not impose rates after their one-on-one conversation in Osaka Saturday.
& # 39; We don't do that. We're going to work with China where we've stayed to see if we can make a deal, & the president told reporters at the top of a press conference in Osaka, Japan.
& # 39; We will continue to negotiate and I have promised that we will not add any rates for the time being, & # 39; said Trump.
He spoke after he had the talks with China & # 39; on the right track & # 39; had stated after a one-to-one relationship with the Chinese president, who encouraged cooperation rather than confrontation.
The president also said that North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un & # 39; very receptive & # 39; has been for his proposal for a short meeting tomorrow at the DMZ.
Trump said that Kim responded to his offer that Trump made on Twitter on Saturday morning.
& # 39; So we'll see. Why he is there, I will shake his hand. We can hurry, & said Trump.
& # 39; There have been no lengthy ballistic tests, & # 39; noted the president since his summit in Singapore with Kim, although there were recent short-distance tests.
& # 39; I informed him that we will be there and we will see it. I can't tell you exactly, but they responded favorably, & said the president.
Trump spoke to reporters at the end of his Osaka summit, hours after he said new talks with China were on the right track & # 39; goods.
The day after the opening of the crack, the President spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin about the & # 39; fake news & # 39; and after announcing a breakthrough in talks after meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Trump said the negotiations with China were on the right track. after an & # 39; excellent & # 39; meeting with the Chinese president, who warned him about the risks of & # 39; s confrontation & # 39 ;.
President Donald Trump has faced the press at the end of his trip to Osaka for the G20 summit. He visits South Korea on Saturday and Sunday, with a planned trip to the DMZ
& # 39; We had a very good meeting with President Xi of China. Excellent, I would say excellent, & Trump told Saturday reporters in Osaka during a separate meeting with Turkish President Recep Erdogan.
China-run news agency Xinhua reported that the US would stop threatening rates. The leaders had previously agreed to a new ceasefire in December, only to see the negotiations fail after Trump said China withdrew from the commitments it had made.
President Donald Trump (top C) touches the shoulder of Mohammed Bin Salman, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia (front side C) when he arrives at session 3 on the participation of women in the labor process
Trump explained the talks with China & # 39; on the right track & # 39; and the Chinese state media reported that the US would no longer level the threat of rates
Donald Trump (front C) attends session 3 on the participation of female employees, where daughter Ivanka Trump gave a presentation
Trump said during a meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that talks between the US and China would resume
President Donald Trump, on the right, speaks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe about Ivanka Trump during President G-20's top event on women's empowerment in Osaka, West Japan, Saturday, June 29, 2019
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