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Democratic US presidential front-runners split on China tariffs

Sanders and Warren embrace levies, while Harris and Biden oppose escalation

NEW YORK -- The race for next year's Democratic presidential nomination is getting crowded early on, with 10 or so major candidates already in the field and possibly more to come.

Not all have spoken extensively on foreign policy, but here's what some of these hopefuls have said or done regarding U.S. trade with China.

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