Save stories to read later or create you own news web site to share with anyone
Notify me when I can create my custom news boardWe will not share your email address
Already on AllSides? Log In
"Save" saves this article for you to read later, share on multiple news networks, or publish on your own news board for others to follow. Become your own publisher!
Join AllSides to read, share and understand all perspectives of today's news and issues.Learn more »
Trump administration restricts telecom giant, says it wants to resume trade negotiations
President Trump signed an executive order that would let the U.S. ban telecommunications gear from “foreign adversaries,” underscoring tensions with China even as the U.S. said it would likely resume trade talks soon in Beijing after reaching an impasse last week.
The developments came amid other actions from the Trump administration on Wednesday possibly suggesting it was seeking to push aside other trade issues and zero in on the disputes with Beijing that have unsettled financial markets.
In Vanity Fair’s deep dive into “the fantastically profitable mystery of the Trump chaos trades,” William Cohan takes a look at how some timely presidential...