Pence: U.S. has ‘put China on notice’

Vice President Pence said in a speech at the State Department on Jan. 16 that the Trump administration placed tariffs on billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods. He expressed that hope that "China will come to the table" for fair trade talks.
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Vice President Pence said in a speech at the State Department on Jan. 16 that the Trump administration placed tariffs on billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods. He expressed that hope that "China will come to the table" for fair trade talks.

Emily Cadei works out of the McClatchy Washington bureau, where she covers national politics and policy for McClatchy’s California readers. A native of Sacramento, she has spent more than a decade in D.C. reporting on U.S. elections, Congress and foreign affairs for publications including Newsweek, Congressional Quarterly and Roll Call.