Trump imposed 25 percent and 10 percent tariffs, respectively, on steel and aluminum imported from the European Union in June, spurring the European Union to retaliate with its own tariffs on US steel and agriculture imports.
"Soybeans is a big deal".
He later tweeted that work on documents was "moving along quickly", adding that the meeting with Mr Juncker had "great warmth".
"I had intention to make a deal today and we made a deal today", Trump said.
Mike King took another perspective: "Trump has a fraction of the vocabulary of Junkers". In negotiations with the US, China had hoped, but failed, to stave off a tariff battle with promises to purchase more agricultural and energy products from the US. Given Trump's records of backing out of deals and agreements, this might be easily undone.
The late-afternoon news that the meeting had eased transatlantic trade tensions fed a powerful late rally on Wall Street.
The EU is the world's second largest soybean importer after China.
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Possible responses are not directed at specific United States. After tweeting that "Tariffs are the greatest!" he suggested hours later in another post that "both the US and the European Union drop all Tariffs, Barriers and Subsidies!"
Today's agreement specifically deals only with "non-auto industrial goods" but Juncker and his team have been hammering the point that they hope/expect that no further tariffs will be imposed by either side so long as negotiations are ongoing.
"Without strong European answers, there is a danger that only we will make concessions and in response face new unreasonable demands from the U.S.", he said, calling for a comprehensive agreement that followed the guidelines of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). He has also threatened to slap tariffs on imported cars, trucks and vehicle parts, potentially targeting imports that totalled 335 billion dollars (£255 billion) a year ago.
Trump has stated that he has imposed the tariffs to improve the policies of the foreign countries towards the US.
The two leaders did not specifically mention auto tariffs in their statements, keeping the focus on other industrial products.
Earlier, Mr Trump accused China of "vicious" tactics on trade.
France was one of the countries to immediately demand clarification after the talks, citing comments from Trump that the agreement would open up new markets for US farmers.
The Trump administration on Tuesday unveiled the largest emergency farm aid package since 1998 that will pay up to $12 billion starting in September to compensate U.S. farmers. His Juncker, meeting, and the EU's agreement to import more natural gas and agricultural products from the United States, is therefore being portrayed as a victory by his team, evidence that the controversial tactics of this deal-making President have paid off.