The Latest: Chief strategist contradicts Trump on NKorea

BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — The Latest on White House strategist Steve Bannon (all times local):


10:15 a.m.

President Donald Trump’s arch strategist is contradicting his trainer on plan toward North Korea.

Steve Bannon says there’s no troops resolution to a hazard acted by North Korea and a arch ambitions. Just final week, Trump affianced to answer North Korean charge with “fire and fury.”

Trump is already confronting renewed vigour to glow Bannon, and a surprising talk with The American Prospect could mystify matters.

Bannon also told a magnanimous announcement in a talk posted online Wednesday that a U.S. is losing a mercantile competition opposite China.

The White House and a deputy for Bannon did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

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5:15 a.m.

China has warned “there is no leader in a trade war” after an help to President Donald Trump advocated a worse position toward Beijing in published comments.

A unfamiliar method spokeswoman, Hua Chunying, pronounced Thursday both sides have benefited from trade.

In comments to The American Prospect posted online, Trump’s arch strategist, Steve Bannon, pronounced a United States is in an “economic war” with China.

Asked about Bannon’s comments, Hua pronounced during a unchanging new briefing, “There is no leader in a trade war. We wish a applicable people can refrain from traffic with a problem in a 21st century with a zero-sum genius from a 19th or a 20th century.”

Hua appealed for discourse to “preserve a sound and solid expansion of China-U.S. relations.”

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3:26 a.m.

President Donald Trump’s arch strategist Steve Bannon says there’s no troops resolution to a hazard acted by North Korea and a arch ambitions, notwithstanding a president’s new oath to answer serve charge with “fire and fury.”

In an talk with The American Prospect posted online Wednesday, Bannon tells a magnanimous announcement that a U.S. is losing a mercantile competition opposite China. He also talks about cleansing his rivals from a Defense and State departments.

Bannon is also asked about a white supremacist movement, whose impetus on Charlottesville, Virginia, final weekend led to lethal violence. He dismisses them as “losers,” ‘’a border element” and “a collection of clowns.”

The White House did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

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