"I like what's happening right now," president says.
Hong Kong welcomes its biggest listing yet.
"The US has to bear all the consequences," foreign ministry says.
Whether a US-China deal gets done or not, President Trump is fine either way.
The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act was passed by voice vote on Tuesday. It now goes to the House, which has already passed similar legislation.
The government has stood firm, rejecting most of the protesters’ demands.
"I think the president has an interest in solving it because, as long as the economy stays strong and a trade deal gets done, I think the president's in better shape from a re-election standpoint," former Walmart CEO Bill Simon said.
The two sides are still negotiating on a "phase one" deal.
About 100 protesters remained holed up at a Hong Kong university Tuesday as a police siege of the campus entered its third day.
China expert Michael Pillsbury said China and the U.S. have been smart to not tie the protests to the trade war.
An associate professor in Kansas accused of secretly working for a Chinese university alleges that a visiting scholar fabricated the allegations after trying to extort $300,000 from him.
Police action has driven people to respond with more violence, entrepreneur says.
Hong Kong was once a 'vigorous' free press, free market economy.
TikTok has more teen users than Facebook, Hawley said.
As riot police moved in, some protesters retreated inside Hong Kong Polytechnic University while others set fires on bridges leading to it.
"The smaller farms and farmers will be big beneficiaries," Trump says.
The U.S. Commerce Department has allowed Huawei to purchase some American-made goods in a move aimed at minimizing disruption for customers.
The major focus of phase one is on 'current trade'
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A deal is close, but not ready to be signed.