President Trump hints to WSJ that trade fight with Japan could be next

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President Donald Trump told a columnist for The Wall Street Journal that he will take his trade fights to Japan next.

WSJ’s James Freeman wrote on Thursday about a phone call he received from the president, in which Trump “described his good relations with the Japanese leadership but then added: ‘Of course that will end as soon as I tell them how much they have to pay.'”

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Read the WSJ’s column here.

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