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Transcript: Larry Kudlow on “Face the Nation,” August 25, 2019

he president was asked this morning if he regretted escalating the trade war with China. Then the White House released a statement saying, "he meant to say he only regretted not raising tariffs further."

Kudlow: U.S. may never reach trade deal with China

Kudlow, speaking at the CNBC event, emphasized there still would be no U.S. government purchases of Huawei parts, components or systems.

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