Bilateral trade between China and the U.S. has cost 3.4 million American jobs, with losses occurring in every state and congressional district.
"What the Russians are doing pales in comparison to what China is doing across this country," the vice president is to say, according to reports.
The Alibaba founder suggested that Beijing and Washington should move toward cooperation instead of escalating the trade dispute, which Ma said could lead to war.
"Fabricated stories and slogans designed to trick American voters will not have the same effect with U.N. members," a Global Times op-ed warned.
"Tariffs are a direct hit to the consumer's pocketbook. So it's hard to see how consumers would not be caught in the crossfire," said the vice president of communications and public affairs at the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers.
"There will be great and fast economic retaliation against China if our farmers, ranchers and/or industrial workers are targeted!" Trump tweeted.
Alibaba chief says China should now seek closer trade ties with other parts of the world, such as Southeast Asia and Africa.
New tariffs against China could range from 10 percent to 40 percent, several top U.S. officials have suggested.
Trump said $200 billion worth of tariffs are "in the hopper" and another $267 billion could follow.
"To the thinking person, there are few things more disconcerting than a tweet by the U.S. president," a "China Daily" editorial said.
The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences is trying to work out why Trump won the presidency—and how to deal with his unpredictable politics.
A new report says Chinese nuclear-capable bombers are "likely training for strikes against U.S. and allied targets."
The ship, which finally docked Sunday, is likely to become one of the first U.S. soybean shipments to be hit with the new 25 percent tariffs.
"I've got a cracked pelvis just from getting my butt kicked based on these prices," Ohio farmer Chris Gibbs says.
"The reality is that global economic growth is closely linked to trade, and raising tariffs will inevitably reduce the volume of trade and drive down business confidence," the article argued.
"I'm a good American, I believe that we all have to toe the line."
Jean-Claude Juncker reportedly told Trump: "If you want to be stupid, I can be stupid, as well."
"Even though bankruptcy procedures resulting from the trade war won't start immediately, we need to take precautions."
"I know that we need to retaliate first so we have some leverage in the negotiation," Macron allegedly said.
"The law of the fittest – this cannot be the future of global trade relations," French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said.
China expressed shock at Washington's announcement that it will place more tariffs on $200 billion worth of imports by September.
The move comes days after the U.S. imposed $34 billion worth of tariffs on Chinese goods.