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'Tariff man' Trump sounds retreat in China trade war

Newsday Wednesday, 14 August 2019
From staredown to blinkmanship All through the 19 months-plus of Donald Trump's trade war with China, the president assured American consumers that the tariffs wouldn't be passed on to them as higher costs for imported goods. No, he was just sticking it to China.
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