US president confirms he and Malcolm Turnbull are in talks on a security agreement linked to the steel and aluminium tariffs
Australia appears set to win a reprieve from the United States’s global steel and aluminium tariffs, after the US president, Donald Trump, confirmed that he and Malcolm Turnbull were working on a security agreement to exempt Australia.
In a post on Twitter, Trump said he was negotiating directly with the Australian prime minister.
South Africa fast bowler Kagiso Rabada may miss the rest of the four-Test series against Australia after brushing Steve Smith’s shoulder during a send-off in Port Elizabeth.
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White House comments add a note of skepticism to the buoyant mood that surrounded the surprise announcement the night before.
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David Warner lets his bat do the talking but it is South Africa’s day as the hosts take command of the second Test in Port Elizabeth.