"President Juncker made it very clear that he meant to help us, President Trump, on the China problem", Kudlow said in an interview on the Fox Business Network.
On Wednesday, Trump and Juncker said they have agreed to work toward "zero tariffs" and "zero subsidies" on non-automotive goods.
Juncker will not arrive in Washington with a specific trade offer, the commission said on Monday. The Europeans also agreed to import more USA soybeans. A formal proposal would only come after the US Commerce Department completed its investigation into whether vehicle imports threaten national security.
The president campaigned on a vow to get tough on trading partners he accuses of taking advantage of bad trade deals to run up huge trade surpluses with the US.
Trump is keeping the promises he made the American people by standing up for US farmers and workers and engaging in hard negotiations with other world leaders, Conway insisted.
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If not then we keep fighting and working and believing in the players that we have". I wouldn't spend my money to see these teams. They come just to enjoy their clubs.
Agricultural trade negotiations have traditionally been the hardest in worldwide free trade talks due to political sensitivities.
While Trump favors free trade, he is using tariffs as leverage to secure better deals for American companies.
And although European Union officials threatened immediate retaliation to any auto tariffs, and said they would not negotiate with Washington under duress, they seem to have made a decision to appease the irascible USA leader.
The president has repeatedly called the European Union - which includes numerous US's oldest and most committed allies - an unfair trading partner and even labelled it a "foe". And they would continue to hit US trading partners like Canada, Mexico and Japan even if the USA and the European Union cut a deal.
Earlier this week, the Minneapolis district of the Federal Reserve Bank - which includes industrial and farm states - reported that there was "growing concern" about "steep increases in aluminum and steel costs in reaction to tariff announcements".
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Whatever progress was achieved Wednesday could provide some relief for USA automakers. General Motors had slashed its outlook, and shares of Ford and auto parts companies had fallen.
"It doesn't set the scene for a very fruitful meeting", she said, adding that she only expects the meeting to provide "some sort of language that's mutually accepted". We paid $1.5 billion in duties on Chinese footwear a year ago alone.
The US has since been in a faceoff with its allies and other major trading partners, who have imposed billions of dollars worth of tariffs on American products.
With a White House that frequently changes course, and on the spur of a moment, economic analysts hesitated to cast any definitive judgement on the Trump-Juncker detent.
Trump had pressed European leaders hard on trade in recent weeks, including during his meetings with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies in Brussels.
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But in capitals across Europe, a number of national officials echoed that sentiment, heralding the meeting as having prevented a trade war.