China's ambassador to the USA discusses escalation of bilateral tensions

"I don't think they're ready yet", he said in response to a question.

Cui said he was present at two previous meetings of Xi and Trump, and that top-level communication "played a key role, an irreplaceable role, in guiding the relationship forward".

The Fox News host then asked Cui to respond to the claim by Trump on Tuesday, during his Make America Great Again rally in Council Bluffs, Iowa, that the US loses $300 to $500 billion every year due to the "terrible, disgusting" trade deal with China.

Let's look at the background: The wide ranging interview on Sunday, October 14, by correspondent Lesley Stahl on the CBS 60 Minutes program turned to President Trump's relationship with Russian Federation.

Vladimir Putin was likely to have been involved in the poisonings of a former Russian spy and his daughter in Salisbury, President Trump said. So far, the USA has imposed three rounds of tariffs on Chinese imports totaling $250 billion, prompting China to retaliate against US products.

The U.S. has levied multiple waves of additional tariffs on a total $250 billion in Chinese goods with president Trump previously warning there are tariffs on another $300 billion in abeyance.

Donald Trump has appeared to play down the significance of Russian president Vladimir Putin ordering assassinations in overseas countries other than America.

"I wouldn't make the assessment that Trump allowed that possibility and so on, as we're reading in many media reports", the spokesman said, according to Latvian-based news site Meduza.

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Trump argues that China is a big problem. "It was a very tough meeting, and it was a very good meeting", Trump told Stahl. He didn't provide evidence in the interview of China's involvement in the last election or its involvement in the current election cycle.

Mr Trump acknowledged that Russian Federation interfered in the 2016 presidential campaign, but he sought to blame other countries as well. Trump refused to do so, telling her: "I don't pledge anything". "I'm president, and you're not", replied a petulant Trump. "And I think other countries".

"Of course they shouldn't do it", Trump responded.

Earlier this month, Trump openly mocked Christine Blasey Ford's Senate testimony and the broader #MeToo movement against sexual assault during his rally in Southaven, Mississippi.

Trump didn't express regret.

Lu Xiang, an worldwide relations expert from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, said the U.S. was still "holding a knife to China's neck". 'I don't know.' What neighborhood was it?

The CBS interview itself saw a lot of verbal confrontation between Trump and Stahl. I do want to heal'.

Pressed again, he added: "You can't say yes or no. I know these things", he said.

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