Newsweek is responding with this amazing magazine cover of Trump getting completely and utterly destroyed in a vicious smackdown brought on by a dragon in China gear. Now there's a visual metaphor.
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The Trump administration had originally set a November 12 deadline for ByteDance to sell TikTok's US operations.
The news has been heavily trending on Chinese social media, with nearly 400 million views and 220,000 comments on Weibo.
Terry Branstad will be leaving Beijing after three years for the Trump campaign trail in Iowa.
The new tariffs, which would begin on September 1, are expected to hit Chinese-made consumer goods such as electronics, sneakers and toys.
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Shenzhen housing market slows in midst of the US-China trade war.
So, where exactly did the North Korean leader travel through in China?