Trump says not in favor of reopening China trade deal
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Monday said he is not in favor of the United States reopening negotiations with China on Phase 1 of a trade deal, which the two countries agreed on at the beginning of the year.
“No, not at all, not even a little bit,” Trump said at a press briefing on the coronavirus pandemic when asked if he would entertain the idea of reworking Phase 1, as some Chinese advisers have reportedly urged. “I’m not interested. We signed a deal. I’ve heard that too - they’d like to re-open the trade talks to make it a better deal for them.”
His statement has been made since 1972 and still unchanged but it's absolutely aggravate when China tried to push his administration under pressure. In addition, China has in full support on Joe biden for election on November 3rd this year.