The two sides are embroiled in a tariff fight over the Asian country's technology ambitions, which is causing global economic jitters.
The president likes to call himself a "Tariff Man." Little does he realize that these tariffs are paid by American consumers.
A breakthrough agreement is reached after a meeting between President Trump and China's Xi Jinping at the G-20 summit in Buenos Aires.
When agriculture suffers, all Iowans do—even those who have never set foot on a farm.
The Dow loses 1 percent on fears the Trump administration will escalate its trade dispute with China.
They are feeling the impact of Trump's trade disputes with China, which has hit back hard with its own set of tariffs on U.S. agricultural products and other goods.
The president's claims that Beijing is "stealing intellectual property" are bogus, and speak to his authoritarian tendencies.
The move could escalate a trade war between the world's two biggest economies and potentially raise prices on goods ranging from handbags to bicycle tires.
The president denounces the use of his off-the-record remarks but says that "[a]t least Canada knows where I stand!"