Wednesday, 15 July 2020
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Trump: No plan to speak with China's Xi

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President Donald Trump said he has no plans to speak with China's President Xi Jinping as he responded to China's actions toward Hong Kong. He also spoke about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the fall election. (Juy 14)

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Donald Trump signs Hong Kong sanctions bill in move to punish China for security law

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Donald Trump has signed legislation mandating sanctions for Chinese officials involved in Beijing's crackdown in Hong Kong.

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Trump signs bill to punish China over Hong Kong, rails against Biden

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President Trump used a signing ceremony in the Rose Garden to slam his presumptive campaign opponent.

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Trump ends special treatment for Hong Kong, rips Biden for weakness on China

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President Donald Trump signed a bill and executive order Tuesday sanctioning Chinese officials and ending the special treatment of Hong Kong.

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Trump says he has ended preferential treatment for Hong Kong

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The president says he has also signed a bill to impose sanctions on Chinese officials over Hong Kong.

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Trump announces new executive order on trade with Hong Kong

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Trump announced that he signed legislation sanctioning China for suppressing freedoms in Hong Kong.

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Trump says he has ended preferential treatment for Hong Kong

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The president says he has also signed a bill to impose sanctions on Chinese officials over Hong Kong.

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Trump says he has ended preferential treatment for Hong Kong

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The president says he has also signed a bill to impose sanctions on Chinese officials over Hong Kong.

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