China urges Americans to keep an 'objective' view of the relationship between the two countries, after Donald Trump, who's accused China of waging ''economic war'' on the U.S., becomes the Republican party's presumptive presidential nominee. Rough Cut - Subtitled (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT - SUBTITLED (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Now that Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee, China's been asked if it's worried about the prospect of a Trump presidency. China's Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei: "The U.S. presidential election is an internal matter for the U.S., which we cannot comment on. What needs to be pointed out is that the essence of Sino-U.S. trade and business cooperation is mutually beneficial and win-win, and accords with the interests of both sides. We hope people in all fields in the U.S. can rationally and objectively view this relationship." China is the U.S.'s biggest trading partner but Trump recently compared the U.S. trade deficit with China to "rape".