US President Donald Trump and John Bolton, his national security adviser, at a White House meeting in 2018. Photo: Abaca Press/TNS US President Donald Trump and John Bolton, his national security adviser, at a White House meeting in 2018. Photo: Abaca Press/TNS
US President Donald Trump and John Bolton, his national security adviser, at a White House meeting in 2018. Photo: Abaca Press/TNS

US-China relations

John Bolton says Donald Trump might have reversed course on China trade with right moves by Xi Jinping

  • If Trump had won a second term, the Chinese leader could have changed his mind about the trade war, Bolton believes
  • Trump was more concerned about ‘pursuing public opinion’ than a coherent foreign policy, says former national security adviser

Topic |   US-China relations
US President Donald Trump and John Bolton, his national security adviser, at a White House meeting in 2018. Photo: Abaca Press/TNS US President Donald Trump and John Bolton, his national security adviser, at a White House meeting in 2018. Photo: Abaca Press/TNS
US President Donald Trump and John Bolton, his national security adviser, at a White House meeting in 2018. Photo: Abaca Press/TNS
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