The media is thinking too small when it comes to the ongoing U.S.-China trade negotiations, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer, who interviewed National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow on Monday.

"The media has got this wrong. The big things are the way that the Chinese may allow us to sell things in China - not natural gas - not farm, although farm could double," Cramer said. "But the idea of how we do business and the rule of law - that would be dramatic. Larry Kudlow is talking about a far different set of wins than what the media has."

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