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Trump says China deal "fully intact" after Navarro roils markets

President Trump insists that the phase one trade deal with China remains "fully intact" after his advisor Peter Navarro triggered confusion and a temporary stock slump with comments that were interpreted as an end to the agreement.

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US President Donald Trump said the phase one trade deal with China is "fully intact," after his adviser Peter Navarro sowed confusion and spurred a temporary stock slump with comments interpreted as a decision to end the agreement.

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