In Japan, Trump pushes new trade deal, mourns Texas shooting

TOKYO — President Donald Trump opened his second day in Japan by pushing for stronger, more equitable economic ties between the allies, yet his message in Asia threatened to be overshadowed by a tragic shooting back home. Trump on Monday called the Texas …
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