Shipping containers are stacked on a ship in port in Hamburg, Germany. President Donald Trump keeps criticizing Germany’s trade surplus with the United States. Germans respond by saying their products are just better and people want to buy them.
Shipping containers are stacked on a ship in port in Hamburg, Germany. President Donald Trump keeps criticizing Germany’s trade surplus with the United States. Germans respond by saying their products are just better and people want to buy them. Matthias Schrader AP
Shipping containers are stacked on a ship in port in Hamburg, Germany. President Donald Trump keeps criticizing Germany’s trade surplus with the United States. Germans respond by saying their products are just better and people want to buy them. Matthias Schrader AP

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