Transcript: President Trump Meets With U.S-China Trade Negotiation Teams in Oval Office…

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[Transcript] Oval Office – PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you very much. It’s a great honor to be with the Vice Premier of China, a very highly respected man in China. And we’re negotiating trade and the trade agreement. And we have many representatives from China and — as you’d know, and most of you know who they are — many representatives from the United States.

Decisions - Decisions - President - Xi - Meeting

I think we’re getting along very well. Ultimately, I think the biggest decisions and some even smaller decisions will be made by President Xi and myself. And we expect to have a meeting sometime in the not-too-distant future.

And I can only say talks are going along well, but we’re going to have to see what happens. I think there’ll be some points that this group won’t agree on because maybe they’re not supposed to agree on, allowed to agree on. And I think President Xi and I will work out the final points, perhaps. And perhaps not.

Mr - Vice - Premier - Honor

So I just want to say, Mr. Vice Premier, it’s a great honor to have you.

VICE PREMIER LIU: Thank you.

PRESIDENT - TRUMP

PRESIDENT TRUMP: And we thank you very much.

VICE PREMIER LIU: Thank you.

PRESIDENT - TRUMP - Something

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Would you like to say something?

VICE PREMIER LIU: Okay. Thank you very, very much, Mr. President. It’s a...
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