US President Donald Trump addressed his trade talks with China at the press conference today, saying trade negotiations were continuing and that the US would not add additional tariffs.
"We won't be adding an additional tremendous amount of $350 billion dollars left which could be taxed or could be tariffed. We're not doing that, we are going to work with China on where we left off to see if we can make a deal. China is going to be consulting with us and spending money even during the negotiations will, to our great farmers in the midwest and the great patriots -- because that's what they are. China is going to be buying a tremendous amount of food and agricultural products and they're going to start their very soon and almost immediately," Trump said.
"Basically we said today that we were going to continue with negotiations, which I ended a while back. We agreed that I would not be putting tariffs on the $325 billion that I would have the ability to put on if I wanted."