People gather in Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington to celebrate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s victory over US President Donald Trump on Saturday. Photo: AP People gather in Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington to celebrate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s victory over US President Donald Trump on Saturday. Photo: AP
People gather in Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington to celebrate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s victory over US President Donald Trump on Saturday. Photo: AP

Donald Trump may be on the way out, but he could break more China before he leaves

  • Joe Biden will be sworn in as the next US president on January 20, but until then, Trump has executive tools he can wield quickly and relatively unencumbered
  • China could be a particular target given Trump’s efforts to blame Beijing for the pandemic and sagging economy that sank his re-election prospects

Topic |   US Presidential Election 2020
People gather in Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington to celebrate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s victory over US President Donald Trump on Saturday. Photo: AP People gather in Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington to celebrate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s victory over US President Donald Trump on Saturday. Photo: AP
People gather in Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington to celebrate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s victory over US President Donald Trump on Saturday. Photo: AP
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