Listen: President Trump, China, Liz Cheney discussed on The Great Outdoors
"The recent house resolution condemning anti semitism, Islamaphobia and other forms of bigotry still causing controversy among lawmakers. It was the issue that dominated the week how the new democratic majority in the house would handle the latest controversial comments from Minnesota freshman, you'll Han Omar house GOP conference chair. Liz Cheney told FOX the final product was week we've seen now the Democrats struggle to simply put on the floor resolution that condemns Representative Omar by name that sticks her from membership of the house. Foreign affairs committee house majority leader Steny Hoyer, fire back at some of the criticism. We have now twice taken action to make clear that. Hate and prejudice and bigotry are not the policies of this congress. Massachusetts Senator and democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren in the borough of queens in New York City speaking to residents and supporters bringing her brand of economic equality and promising to break up large companies to ensure more competition, but they want is I want to be the unpire in the baseball game. And I also want to run a bunch of teams in the game. So my view on this be an unpire or you can own a team, but you can't do both the same time. So let's break up Amazon Warren, saying her idea to break up large tech companies would prohibit a giant like Amazon from offering a platform for commerce, and then also taking part in that specific platform in the name of fairness, President Trump setting aside more time for negotiations in apparent hopes, the US and China can work out a trade agreement hanging over the economy in the months to come new concerns about whether the US and China will reach a trade deal. China is sending mixed signals some. Officials questioning whether there will be a deal and whether president Xi Jinping should travel tomorrow Lago to meet with President Trump,."