Kim Jong Un visits Beijing amid U.S.-China trade talks



North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was in Beijing for a surprise visit with Chinese President Xi Jinping. The visit came as trade talks between the U.S. and China were underway in the city, leaving some to speculate about the message Kim may be sending President Trump. Isaac Stone Fish, a CBSN contributor and senior fellow at the Asia Society’s Center on U.S.-China Relations, joined CBSN to discuss.

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21 Comments

  1. Silly dialogue between two clueless actors. It is true that the "No Deal" deal trade relation has worked the best of all, and confirms that less trade between China and the US is much better than more trade. The Asian meeting is another truth, that peace talks with South Korea and North Korea have progressed so well, that less talk from Trump is better than more talk. If America would only stop meddling in Asia, the entire world could benefit without the influences of the great and powerful Trump. Right?

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    He insists that the charges against him are part of a politically motivated vendetta by the current government in retaliation for his eight years in power when he promoted the idea of Taiwan declaring its independence from China.

  3. Does anyone know what labor laws exist in china ???

    Whats there minimum wage???
    How many hours do they work???
    Do they have OSHA regulations???

  4. Trump dumped his garbage distraction in the US on the national tv networks when they wrapped US-China trade talks in Beijing again. Just like Trump secret meeting with Putin and his secret deal with Kim. No matter what you think about Trump, his confidential works aren't bad.

  5. ©™ ALX 💥 Armed🔫Liberation⛓ Xecutive🕶 Observation ✍ ✍

    Xi Jinping wants US troops and THAAD missle systems out of South Korea and Kim owes China.
    Kim Jong-Un and Moon Jae-in can make this work without the United States.
    Moon Jae-in can make the US leave South Korea and Kim denuclearizes the peninsula.

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  7. Oh boy, so what Trump seems to have achieved is uniting all enemies of the US to come together as one, its laughable really as all Trump has managed to achieve is to alienate US allies.

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