President Xi Jinping may have won at Osaka G20

Trump and Xi sit together at Osaka G20 summit.

U.S. President Donald Trump sat down with Chinese President Xi Jinping at Osaka G20 Summit on Saturday, seeking to re-start talks for a new agreement that might end the trade war between the two biggest economic powers.

After about 80 minutes of meeting, the two sides have agreed to resume trade talks to avoid escalation of tensions between the two nations.

President Xi is escorted by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the start of the summit.
Chinese President Xi Jinping sits alone as he and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wait for Chinese delegation to take seats at the start of talks at a Osaka hotel.
No one seems to notice Xi or wants to walk to him when he enters the conference hall.
When the three key leaders sit down together, Xi looks in a bad mood and sleepy.
Xi truly has nothing good to share with Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau.
Xi walks to Trump for a handshake before taking a group photo.
A group photo of G20 leaders has Trump and Xi separated in purpose.
Xi’s humble performance during the meeting makes him win at the last minute.

Trump seems to have showed the kindness of a woman for an injured snake and warn it in his chest, but this does not seem good to the well-being of the Chinese people. Many people in Hong Kong fear the abduction by the Communist Regime after Xinhua announces President Xi and Donald Trump agreed to restart economic and trade consultations.

Edited by staff


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