President Trump and President Xi Jinping Joint Press Statement, Beijing China – 11:30pm (Livestream)…

President Trump and President Xi Jinping will be holding a joint press announcement from the Grand Hall in Beijing China tonight at approximately 11:30pm (U.S. Eastern time zone). There will be two statements delivered, one from President Trump and one from President Xi.

Because all Chinese broadcasts are controlled by the communist regime, the White House will not host a live stream. However, the joint statement as delivered should be carried on cable TV and possibly included in the Live Stream Options Below:

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58 Responses to President Trump and President Xi Jinping Joint Press Statement, Beijing China – 11:30pm (Livestream)…

  1. Minnie says:

    Thank you!

    Liked by 5 people

  2. LordPanther says:

    Trump just made America 253bn dollars richer in trade deals and complimented the Chinese on being so successful in ripping the previous three administrations off.

    The balls on this man.

    Liked by 17 people

  3. daughnworks247 says:

    There ya’ go, President Xi said it, “250 billion” in two way investments.
    Can I trust that Wilburine and Lightizer reviewed the docs?

    Liked by 2 people

  4. sunnydaze says:

    Here’s a live link, I think?

    Sound comes and goes, tho. At times it’s excellent, at other times, sucks:

    Liked by 2 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      In this vid, Trump was just giving a speech at another location. I didn’t see the whole thing, but in the part I did see, he mentioned speaking with Prez Xi about the Phentanol (sp?) drug problem.

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  5. sunnydaze says:

    Is it normal to have such formal Signing Ceremonies as what we’re seeing here in the vid??

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  6. fleporeblog says:

    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-trump-asia-china-commerce/china-u-s-create-miracle-with-253-4-billion-in-dealmaking-zhong-idUSKBN1D90EQ?il=0

    From the article linked above:

    BEIJING (Reuters) – China and the United States have created a “miracle” as companies from the world’s two largest economies signed deals worth some $253.4 billion over the past two days, China’s Commerce Minister Zhong Shan said at a briefing on Thursday.

    Liked by 7 people

  7. I love the way POTUS pronounces China when he is happy- Its just China and not Chyyna when he is not happy.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. sunnydaze says:

    Trade deficit with China as high as 500 Billion a year.

    Thanks Clinton, Bush, Obama and all you a$$es.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. sunnydaze says:

    Audience is really “getting” Trump’s humor here. Delightful.

    Liked by 6 people

  10. ginaswo says:

    #BibbetyBobbidyBooBxtchez #MagicWand

    Liked by 4 people

  11. wheatietoo says:

    “The North Korean menace”…”this very serious menace”

    He went there.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Oldschool says:

      Yes he went there but not much indication of a committment. Of course that is not unusual given where he is. In all likelihood, we will have to wait until POTUS returns home to get some details on trade and NK. Prayers for peace and safe return.

      Liked by 3 people

  12. wheatietoo says:

    No questions allowed from the press.
    We’re done…ya’ll go away now.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. sunnydaze says:

    So that was also broadcast on Chinese TV I guess?

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  14. Curry Worsham says:

    Drudge has nothing on this deal or on the China trip at the moment.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. lfhbrave says:

    Xi came to Iowa as a student or visiting scholar in the 1980s. For a young Chinese just coming out from living in China’s dark age, Xi could very likely be much impressed by the peaceful and decent people of Iowa. It could well be on the one hand Xi has to fight ruthlessly and protect his power in China, and on the other hand he knows deep down who he can be friends with. Let’s hope he is different from any other communist leader in China.

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  16. backwoodsgirl123 says:

    I think the best thing President Trump ever did in regards to China, was to pause their dinner and make the call to bomb Syria with the MOAB’s.

    At that point, he gained the respect of not only XI, but the rest of the world leaders who had seen the fumbling of Obama, the duplicity of the Bushes, and the hypocrisy and double dealings/criminal behavior of the Clinton’s.

    This is the first time in many decades that we have had a President that was truly worthy of respect and the world knows it.

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  17. kltk1 says:

    I don’t know, POTUS didn’t look very happy when he walked in the hall or when he gave his speech. I’d like to think he may be a little tired, but, he doesn’t sleep much. On the other hand, every time we see Xi with Trump, Xi is smiling. I never recall seeing Xi smile with anyone.

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  18. ray76 says:

    Straight talk:

    Thank you… etc

    To both the American delegation and to the Chinese business representatives here, your discussions greatly strengthen our partnership and provides a critical bridge between our business community and yours. Thank you for that.

    During my time in Beijing, President Xi, and I, have had several conversations about our common goals and interests. Beyond that we talk often. It’s a very good chemistry between the two of us, believe me. My administration is committed to improving our trade and business relationships with China. And this relationship is something which we are working very hard to make a fair and a reciprical one.

    Trade between China and the United States has not been, over the last many many years, a very thorough one… for us. As we all know America has a huge annual trade deficit with China. A number beyond anything that anyone would understand. This number is shockingly hundreds of billions of dollars each year. Estimates are as high as five hundred billion dollars a year. We must immediately address the unfair trade practices that drive this deficit along with barriers to market success. We really have to look at access, forced technology transfer, and the theft of intellectual property, which just by and of itself is costing the United States and its companies at least 300 billion dollars a year.

    Both the United States and China will have a more prosperous future if we can achieve a level economic playing field. Right now, unfortunately, it is a very one side and unfair one. But! But! I don’t blame China! (laughter, applause) After all, who can blame a country for being able to take advantage of another country for the benefit of its citizens. I give China great credit. (applause) But, in actuality, I do blame past administrations for allowing this out of control trade deficit to take place and to grow. We have to fix this because it just doesn’t work for our great American companies and it doesn’t work for our great American workers. It is just not sustainable. I look forward to working toward that goal and to pursuing a fair and lasting engagement.

    At home my administration is supporting American workers and American businesses by eliminating burdensome regulations and lifting restrictions on American energy and all other businesses. Restrictions are being seriously lifted. Our work is already taking hold. The stock market, in the United States, is at an all time high. Adding already five point five trillion dollars in new wealth since the very very well known and now very important November 8th election. Unemployment is at a seventeen year low. And so many other great things are happening to the United States, economically and otherwise, frankly too many to mention.

    Abroad we’re committed to a free and open Indo-Pacific basin respect for the rule of law, private enterprise, and trade reciprocity. In order to achieve prosperity we must also have security. Security cooperation is critical to addressing a range of emerging threats throughout the Indo-Pacific region, and around the word. And I have been very encouraged by my conversations both over the last number of weeks and in particular last night and this morning with President Xi. We are very very much on the same plane when it comes to security. We both want it for our countries. And we both want it for the world.

    Chief among these threats is the North Korean nuclear menace. As I stated in my address to the National Assembly in Seoul yesterday, the United States is committed to the complete and permanent de-nuclearization of North Korea. It’s so important. China can fix this problem easily. And quickly. And I am calling on China, and your great president, to hopefully work on it very hard. I know one thing about your president, if he works on it hard, it will happen. There’s no doubt about it. (laughter) We call on all nations to implement UN Security Council sanctions and resolutions and to cease doing business with the North Korean regime. All nations must come together to ensure that this rogue regime can not threaten the world with it’s nuclear weapons.

    I thank President Xi for his recent efforts to restrict trade with North Korea and to cut off all banking ties. Mr. President, thank you. And thank you to all of the Chinese business leaders here today for standing with the United States and our coalition of responsible nations. But time is quickly running out. We must act fast. And hopefully China will act faster and more effectively on this problem than anyone. I’m also calling on Russia to help rein in this potentially very tragic situation.

    The contributions of the business community represented here today are vital to our efforts to ensure peace and prosperity for our two nations. Together we can unlock a future of opportunity, wealth and dignity far beyond anybody’s wildest dreams. In your discussions today I hope you will learn from each other and identify new ways to advance our economic cooperation. I am depending on all of you to work together to find opportunities of mutual agreement and shared prosperity. The hard working people of America and the hard working people of China deserve the very best solutions to achieve prosperity, happiness and peace.

    Thank you very much. Thank you.

    Liked by 5 people

  19. carterzest says:

    Somebody told me there’d be days like this….I doubted…..they kept reminding me there’d be days like this….the dedicated daily posts….the backlash from the past 2 years. It never ceases to amaze me, SD……you done nailed it!

    GOD BLESS AMERICA.

    God bless President Trump.

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  20. G3 says:

    Truly Amazing! God Bless, President Trump, the Administration, and his Family.

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  21. jeans2nd says:

    Outside of Pres Trump’s exemplary speeches and decorum, it is remarkable, seeing from the pics and vids, how everyone in China is the same. Not just the same clothing and outward trappings, but the same height, weight, facial expression, etc.

    Give me the Trump Incorrigible Deplorables. At least we have fun. How boring life must be in China. Have they the same emotions as well? Sad.

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  22. Bob Thoms says:

    Was this covered by our media real time?

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  23. indiamaria2020 says:

    Good Golly Miss Molly !! An AMERICAN MAN in China !!……..”INDO-“……”INDO-“……Yup.

    Donald J. Trump paid for his own Presidential Campaign. President Trump’s ONLY constituents are The American People, the American Worker, The Common Folk. He looks the Chinese DRAGON right in the eye, without flinching, and stands up for ME AND MY FAMILY:

    — Intellectual Theft
    — $500 BILLION deficit
    — forced technology transfer
    — poor access
    — CHINA to “quickly” end NorKo B.S.

    Breathtaking loyalty to us sh^t-kickers in flyover AMERICA. Thank you Mr. President. Thank you for being on OUR side…..Good GOLLY !!!

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  24. Wonders never cease, I’d take a bullet for this man.

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  25. NewNonna!!! says:

    O my! 😂🤣 That last pix of our President and Xi walking towards the camera?! It screams, “are we having fun yet!!” to me! 😂🤣

    So, Ostinkass, our GREAT President IS going to go down in history as an incredible World Leader, while you just go down in history as the Community Organizing Liar in Chief! LOSER!!!

    Seems our GREAT President’s magic wand is getting more magical by the hour!

    All non-Deplorables just should thankfully move on and try to jump on the Trump train. Stronger with Her was one GIANT lie.

    God bless you, President Trump. We Deplorables love you BIGLY, Sir!! ❤️🦁❤️

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