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Oct 29 2019
Poll: Who's sticking with President Trump, through trouble and tweets? His seemingly unshakable base.
Even as support for his impeachment grows, President Donald Trump continues to be backed by a seemingly unshakable core of supporters who deny he has done anything wrong and agree that he is the target of a political "lynching," a new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll finds.
Americans are split in the survey about whether Trump should be convicted by the Senate in an impeachment trialUSA TODAY
Jul 05 2019
The US economy added 224,000 jobs in June, a strong comeback for the labor market after a disappointing May.
The unemployment rate rose to 3.7%, the highest level since March 2019 but still historically low.
The number substantially beat the expectations of analysts, who had forecast a drag on jobs because of business uncertainty around high trade tensions as well as a lacklusterCNN (Online News)
Jun 10 2019
The White House's plan to impose a five percent tax on Mexican goods came to a halt Friday as the administration and Mexican officials reached an agreement to curb illegal immigration.
The president is taking a victory lap over what he sees as successful negotiations and saying more is on the way.
"We have fully signed and documented another very important part of the ImmigrationCBN
Oct 21 2019
While there can certainly be a lot of ideological diversity among members of the same political party, Republicans and Democrats generally share the same stances on key issues as their fellow party members. So when ideas switch parties entirely, things can get interesting.
Today, issues such as trade, immigration, and U.S. involvement in Syria reveal Democrats and Republicans may beJohn Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Dec 06 2019
Hiring in the United States jumped last month to its highest level since January as U.S. employers shrugged off global trade conflicts and added 266,000 jobs.
The unemployment rate declined to 3.5% from 3.6% in October, matching a half-century low, the Labor Department reported Friday. And wages rose a solid 3.1% in November compared with a year earlier.
The healthy job gain runsWashington Times
Aug 20 2019
The White House is denying that it's considering a temporary payroll tax cut to help boost the economy after The Washington Post reported that several senior administration officials have been discussing the idea.
A White House official said in a statement that "cutting payroll taxes is not something under consideration at this time."
Senate Finance Committee Chairman ChuckThe Hill
Mar 06 2019
The trade deficit hit a record high in 2018: Some say that shows the U.S. economy is expanding at a quicker rate than the rest of the world, while others argue President Trump and his increased tariffs are to blame.Wall Street Journal (Opinion) Wall Street Journal (News) Washington Post
Apr 08 2019
Kirstjen Nielsen is out as Homeland Security Secretary, and her replacement for now is Kevin McAleenan, the current U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner.
Nielsen's resignation came two days after she traveled to the Calexico, California with the president. Her departure is not a surprise. The Washington Post reported last November that President Trump wanted her to leave.
Mar 07 2018
Donald Trump's top economic adviser Gary Cohn is resigning. There has been speculation that Mr Cohn, a supporter of free trade, was angered by Mr Trump's plans to impose tariffs on aluminium and steel imports.New York Times (News) Wall Street Journal (News) Washington Times
Jun 29 2019
On Saturday, President Trump said the U.S. will not impose new tariffs on China as trade talks resume between them. This will remove some curbs on Huawei Technologies Co. buying high-tech equipment from the U.S.Washington Times Wall Street Journal (News) Washington Post