Navarro: “Put that one in the bag.”
From bad to worse
“It puts a floor under the deterioration in the relationship.”
Putting out the not welcome mat
“Trump is a businessman. We can just pay him money and the problems will be solved.”
No harm, no foul
“…the Champagne should probably be kept on ice, at least until the two presidents put pen to paper.”
All stick, no carrot
“Xi Jinping is not a dictator. He has to satisfy his constituents.”
Pork and beans.
“In the meantime, China’s Supply Chain will crumble and businesses, jobs and money will be gone!”
Too little, too late?
Reuters: Beijing nixed settlement.
Just a reminder in case you missed the Greenland episode this week that the president is losing his mind, in …
Tariffs might depend on the answer.
“… the future between our two countries will be a very bright one!”
“It’s pointless to tell others to take medication when you’re the one who is sick.”
North Korea key?
Activists: Protests still on.
“[T]he more they suppress us, the more we will fight back.”
Continuing, the Trade Wars are.
“After 20 years of having their way with the U.S., China still appears to be miscalculating with this administration.”
Out of touch.
A new twist to the story
Art of the deal?
“A very good weekend for U.S. & China!”
The fox offers a deal for the chicken coop
The man behind the curtain
Just what we needed
Goldman Sachs: Not so fast …
“Nobody knows what the deal is.”
Trump to personally lead the negotiations? Naaah.
“The trade war is now a reality.”
“Only Sinicized churches can obtain God’s love.”
Too clever by half?
Go ask your mother.
Round up the usual celebrity suspects
Adjustments are being made.
And it’s not a comedy