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President Trump Says He's "Discussing" Hitting Vietnam With Tariffs

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Business Insider reports Trump is considering escalating his trade war with China by slapping tariffs on Vietnam. During an interview on Wednesday with Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo, Trump said, "A lot of companies are moving to Vietnam, but Vietnam takes advantage of us even worse than China. So there's a very interesting situation going on there." When asked if he would considering hitting the country with tariffs, he said, "We're in discussions with Vietnam." He also described Vietnam as "the single worst abuser of everybody" and promised that he would increase tariffs on China again if a trade deal isn't reached.

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