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US president Donald Trump on Sunday took a suddenly threatening tone toward China declaring he could raise US tariffs on Chinese goods by the end of the week the warning comes as US China trade talks are due to resume this week and just two days after the president appeared optimistic about the outcome the deal itself is going along pretty well and I would even say very well we'll see what happens over the next couple of weeks %HESITATION but we're getting close to a very historic monumental deal and if it doesn't happen will be fine to maybe even better but Sunday's announcement cast into doubt previous expectations that China and the United States we're closing in on a deal the trade deal with China continues but to slowly as they attempt to renegotiate no trump tweeted last week treasury secretary Stephen Nugent said he hoped the U. S. negotiating team would soon be able to recommend a deal to trump or he would tell trump that one could not be reached trump had previously delayed terror increases earlier this year citing productive talks with Beijing the month long trade war has been blamed for slowing global growth and disrupting financial markets