'Absurd' to say Trump unreliable trade negotiator with China: White House

  Reuters 
The White House said on Monday it was "absurd" to suggest that President Donald Trump was an unreliable negotiator as China reportedly balks at a summit with President Xi Jinping over concerns Trump would walk away from a trade deal.
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