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Trump says Obama let China get away with 'murder,' touts tariffs as trade standoff heats up

President Trump on Friday touted his administration’s controversial move to increase tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods after trade talks between Washington and Beijing failed to come to an agreement, while saying the Obama administration let China "get away with 'murder.'"

Despite the new tariffs, trade negotiations will continue Friday morning, according to the White House.

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Donald Trump: "Tariffs will make our Country MUCH STRONGER, not weaker. Just sit back and watch! In the meantime, China should not renegotiate deals with the U.S. at the last minute. This is not the Obama Administration, or the Administration of Sleepy Joe, who let China get away with “murder!” -  Screen capture of Fox News