When Trump’s trade war hits its climax

It’s not a new argument that President Donald Trump is a man who thinks the United States is in decline, and his first major trade war has been nothing short of a disaster.

Trump has repeatedly argued that the United Nations is not doing enough to fight trade wars, but he has also frequently suggested that the U.S. is losing its global leadership role, and that it’s not the fault of the Chinese or the Russians.

Trump has also said he is worried about the U,S.

trade deficit with China, and the U.,S.

exports to China have dropped by a whopping 25% in the last five years.

The president has also made several claims about the trade deficits with the rest of the world.

He has claimed the U.-S.

economic relationship with China is now one of the worst in history, and in January he accused China of stealing $400 billion from the U and other countries.

The president also repeatedly blamed the United Kingdom and Canada for allowing U.N. trade negotiations to fail, and he called on them to step up their enforcement of trade rules and trade embargoes.

Trump also said in January that he was considering a trade war with China.

In the week following his announcement, the president also told Fox News that the world was going to have a trade deficit in goods between the United and China if he doesn’t get his way.

But the United Nation’s top diplomat, António Guterres, has said that the trade war is unlikely to occur anytime soon.

“I think this is an international phenomenon.

We’ve had this debate in the United states and in the European Union, and I think there’s a lot of frustration and anger, but I think it’s going to be over in the short term,” Guterre told Bloomberg News.”

It’s a real challenge and I hope we can make it work.”

Trump has also claimed that U.K. trade has been unfairly devalued, and has accused the U of being in the grip of a “massive crime against humanity” that he believes the British government has committed by taxing U.H.S.-born workers to subsidize the U’s trade surplus with China and other nations.

In the past few days, Trump has taken to Twitter to slam the United Sates currency.

The dollar was down more than 1% against the euro on Friday.

The U. S. currency was also down about 1% on Monday.