“We’re going to work with China on where we left off to see if we can make a deal,” Mr. Trump said at a news conference. “I’m not rushed,” he said, calling the talks “intricate.” Although Mr. Trump said that he was leaving the Huawei issue until the end of negotiations, he appeared to offer the Chinese telecommunications giant a significant reprieve. The president said American firms could ship goods to Huawei, which various parts of the U.S. government have called a national-security risk. He added that his administration would hold meetings shortly on how to deal with Huawei, which is on the so-called entity list. That prevents companies from supplying U.S.-origin technology to Huawei without government approval. President Trump with China’s Xi Jinping before their bilateral meeting. Photo: kevin lamarque/Reuters “We’re talking about equipment where there’s not a great national-emergency problem with it,” Mr. Trump said. Your browser […]