President Trump has returned from a contentious meeting with world leaders at the G-7 to more challenges than when he departed.
There’s the U.S.-China trade war that shows no immediate signs of easing. And with Iran’s president saying talks with Washington are off the table, tensions are high with Tehran.
All this, casting a shadow on the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
- Hamza Khan, Democratic Strategist, founder of the Pluralism Project
- Van Mobley, professor of history and economics, Concordia University
- David Skidmore, professor of political science, Drake University
- Nathan King, CGTN White House Correspondent
News Analysis: President Trump left much of the world off-balance as he changed his approach to the trade war with China https://t.co/QzomVCMf4A
— NYT Politics (@nytpolitics) August 27, 2019
— The Hill (@thehill) August 27, 2019
Day 949 of the Trump admin. included Pres. Trump claiming China called him about a trade deal. China says that didn't happen. The president also defended Russia, skipped a climate change meeting, and suggested the next G-7 be held at his Florida resort.https://t.co/Q0tQbIS3ej
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) August 27, 2019