News Wrap: Trump says he might delay China trade deal

In our news wrap Tuesday, President Trump suggested he’d rather delay a trade agreement with China until after the 2020 election. New tariffs on Chinese imports could take effect December 15th, but Trump said he wasn’t in a rush. Also, a federal appeals court in New York directed Deutsche Bank and Capital One to comply with subpoenas from House committees investigating Trump’s business dealings.

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