President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that China's trade dealers "broke the deal" and said he would impose additional charges as a penalty if an agreement was not reached. "By the way, you see the charges we make because they broke the deal. They broke the deal," Trump said at a meeting with Florida audience. "So they fly in … the vice premiere tomorrow flies in – good man – but they broke the deal. They can't do it so they have to pay." US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said earlier this week that the US will raise tariffs of $ 200 billion of Chinese goods to 25% from 10% on Friday, and Trump has threatened to impose 25% charges on another $ 325 billion Chinese goods ̵
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