Mr. Lighthizer — whose top deputy will meet with Chinese officials this week ahead of more high-level talks in February — has played down any differences with Mr. Trump and views his role as ultimately executing the directive of his boss. But the trade representative, who declined to be interviewed, has told friends and associates that he is intent on preventing the president from being talked into accepting “empty promises” like temporary increases in soybean or beef purchases. “Oh God, M.,” I sighed. “You’re trash.”
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Log InMr. Elwell conceded that the 737 Max suffered a critical safety issue with its anti-stall software. That raises new questions about whether Boeing employees should have been allowed to inspect it themselves during the certification process. Maggie Haberman contributed reporting from New York.