He said Europe has agreed to increase purchases of United States liquefied natural gas and lower trade barriers to American soybeans, american farmers and the energy sector.
In a joint appearance before the press with Juncker, Trump said that the European Union will begin importing soybeans from the US Midwest, as well as liquefied natural gas to "diversity" its energy sources, in addition to reducing some industrial tariffs.
"It's going to be a huge push from us and the industry and those of us who are the industry advocates - or like I say "agvocates" - to try to bring that aid to Colorado producers and help them in the best possible way".
"If we could have no tariffs, and no barriers, and no subsidies, the United States would be extremely pleased", he said as he met Mr. Juncker in the Oval Office. Our two biggest importers of agricultural products - Canada and Mexico - are among those engaged in the trade war.
Federated Farmers said that when large countries battle each other on trade, there is a risk of small countries getting caught in the crossfire.
"Congrats to @JunckerEU, @realDonaldTrump: Breakthrough achieved that can avoid trade war & save millions of jobs!". Ulrike Demmer, a deputy government spokeswoman, reaffirmed Germany's backing for the Commission in future negotiations.
Mr Trump had threatened to impose 25% tariffs on European auto imports.
In Pennsylvania, where 59,000 farms have a $137.5 billion economic impact, the tariffs have taken a toll.
Turning and walking away from the lectern the US President reached his hand out to the President of the European Commission.
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We agreed today, first of all, to work together toward zero tariffs, zero non-tariff barriers and zero subsidies on non-auto industrial goods.
US President Donald Trump called Chinese trade practices vicious on Wednesday, his latest blast at the world's second-biggest economy as the two sides slug it out in a deepening trade war.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is trying to ease some of farmers' pain during the trade war. "The solutions set out go in the right direction but a healthy dose of skepticism remains".
It was not clear whether the two sides made any progress on the contentious issue of possible U.S. tariffs on imports of automobiles from Europe.
While the European Union agreements to buy more USA soybeans and energy were tangible, the bigger result of the meeting may have been the retreat from the threat of a full-scale trade war between the two sides.
"The European Union wants to import more liquified natural gas, LNG, from the United States", said Trump who added that the E.U. will be a "massive buyer".
"Now it's about putting meat on the bones of the agreement and quickly beginning negotiations", said Bernhard Mattes, the VDA German auto association president.
Trade analysts responded with cautious positivity, though they noted the lack of details and Trump's unpredictability.
"I think everybody sort of changed what they were going to say", said Sen.