"It is far more powerful, faster, and smarter than the current standard", the president told his Twitter followers.
"American companies must step up their efforts, or get left behind", he said.
Despite the lack of basis behind some comments of the President, this isn't a bad idea, after all, more competition will expand the offer for consumers, thus not allowing a monopoly or control over a new technology that will represent another important step for the future of the Mobile industry.
"I want the United States to win through competition, not by blocking out now more advanced technologies", Trump said Thursday in a follow-up tweet.
The US has been pressuring allies to exclude the Chinese telecoms giant from their future 5G mobile networks.
Trump's tweets came after reports that surfaced previous year which claimed that the U.S. government considered developing its own nationally run 5G service, out of the fear that "China has achieved a dominant position in the manufacture and operation of network infrastructure". No US networks have actually rolled out any 5G networks (while Penangites just got a taste of it with the recent YTL and Yes Terragraph trial).
"As the special envoy of President Xi Jinping, I visited Washington again to further implement the important consensus reached by the two heads of state and push for more progress", said Liu.
In a series of tweets, the Trump said he wants American networks to "win through competition" instead of "blocking out" more advanced technologies.
President Donald Trump will meet with China's top trade negotiator Friday afternoon in Washington as the US tries to forge a preliminary deal with its biggest economic rival before tariffs on some Chinese imports more than double next month.
Optimism the two sides would find a way to end the trade war lifted stocks on Friday, especially technology shares, while oil prices rose to their highest since mid-November, with Brent crude reaching a high of US$67.73 a barrel.
Progression is what is needed.