Trump Deletes tweet that said no need to rush China talks
10 May 2019 | 2:47 pm
Republican Senator Rick Scott discusses President Donald Trump's deletion of a tweet which said there's “no need to rush” a trade deal with China even though the uncertainty is roiling markets and clouding the global economy.
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