US president says Beijing apparently has no intention of changing its unfair trading practices.
Amid escalating trade war, China announced it would respond in kind with 50 billion in tariffs on American goods, including agricultural products.
President vows to raise issue of abducted Japanese during summit; he would also like to see normalization of US-North Korea relations.
Beijing accuses the Trump administration of flip flopping after agreeing to avoid trade sanctions on $50 billion of Chinese goods.
North Korea said Friday it is still willing to sit for talks with the United States 'at any time, [in] any format'.
President says 'trade deal with China is moving along nicely,' but offers no details of the kind of changes in trade that he seeks.
President's top economic adviser says US has given China detailed list of what it wants in trade negotiations.
President tweeted, 'Russia and China are playing the Currency Devaluation game'.
US leader cites disparate tariffs the two countries impose on vehicle exports.
President says he looks forward to his planned meeting with Kim but emphasized the need to keep up 'maximum sanctions and pressure'.
US leader prepares to impose $60 billion in new levies in an effort to cut chronic US trade deficit with Beijing.