Oct.08 -- The Trump administration has placed eight Chinese technology companies on a U.S. blacklist days before high-level trade talks. Meanwhile Trump faces growing pressure at home to support pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. On Monday Trump said he was hoping for a “humane solution” in a city where protests have grown increasingly violent. How do the latest moves impact the possibility of a trade deal between the two countries? Bloomberg's China correspondent and anchor Selina Wang has the details.