President Trump brought his tumultuous style of governing to the world stage over the weekend, offering a steady stream of vacillating statements that kept world leaders on their toes and generally dominated the Group of Seven (G-7) summit.
Before he even took off for France, Trump had triggered a stock sell-off on the eve of the summit, set to focus on the global economy, by pledging to impose higher tariffs on China.
Two days later, he suggested he regretted escalating trade war. Hours after that, the White House said he regretted not imposing higher tariffs. And on Monday, Trump was predicting a deal would be reached with China.
The tornado of Trump news swings didn’t stop there.
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