Poll: US-China: Next Steps
Last week, President Trump visited China to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping to discuss trade, North Korea, and shared global U.S.-Chinese interests. Amidst discussions on the increasing trade deficit, the two presidents oversaw the signing of $250 billion in trade deals between U.S. and Chinese companies.
Moreover, this meeting between the two world leaders comes at the head of mounting tensions between the U.S. and North Korea. Both during their discussions and publicly, President Trump continued to press China to completely cut off trade with the rogue state. Although the Chinese Government has not yet agreed to cut off trade entirely with North Korea, President Xi made clear that they would not accept a nuclear North Korea.
As always, I appreciate your insight into these complex issues—that is why I want your opinion. Moving forward, should the U.S. continue to strengthen bilateral ties with China?
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