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Donald Trump is in Europe to celebrate seventy five years of peace since the World War two D. day landings if on Thursday his talk turned to Washington's trade war with China more tariffs he won't could be in the pipeline one hundreds of billions of dollars more Chinese goods last month his administration already more than doubled tariffs on a two hundred billion dollar list of to trade talks break down our twelve , lot of interesting things happening with you what happened in the meantime we're getting twenty five percent for two hundred fifty billion dollars and I could go up another at least three hundred billion dollars and I'll do that at the right time , but I think China wants to make you feel badly if it now trying to stretch is a further retaliation if Washington escalates trade tensions according to officials on Thursday U. S. pressure they won't it caused serious setbacks to trade talks China would if necessary they said fight to the end thank , on trade talks with Mexico meanwhile trump said there had been progress but more was needed , but there was another warning on the global fallout from the IMF to G. twenty finance and central bank chiefs ahead of that gathering this weekend in Japan my first in key of message will be out , do no harm , but I started that is slowing down one more tariff here one more terror threats there would add to global uncertainty she added calling on the G. twenty to adopt the right policies