President Trump’s top trade negotiator agreed Friday to modify the terminology he uses about a trade agreement with China after the president contradicted him in an Oval Office meeting.
— Bloomberg Economics (@economics) February 23, 2019
Chinese Vice Premier Liu He laughs, when Pres Trump tells his Trade Rep Robert Lighthizer that he disagrees with the use of Memorandums of Understanding in trade deals. Lighthizer gets the message and says they won't use that term anymore. pic.twitter.com/GLqXUhP9uS
— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) February 22, 2019