Donald Trump, Mexico’s Ernesto Peña Nieto, and Canada’s Justin Trudeau sign the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement — a revision of the North American Free Trade Agreement — at the G20 summit, Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 30, 2018
I joined BBC Radio 5 Live on Friday morning to discuss the G20 summit in Argentina, focusing on Donald Trump’s trade war with China.
Will Trump play aggressive or nice at the summit? Is there any coherent American policy behind the Trump bluster and appeal to his supporters in the US? And how will other G20 leaders, include China’s Xi Jinping, respond?
We also discuss the motives behind Trump’s sabotage of the Brexit plan of UK Prime Minister Theresa May.