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Mar 05 2018
President Donald Trump continued to call for changes to U.S. trade deals on Monday, saying that he’s open to pulling back on the tariffs he plans to impose on international trade partners if Mexico and Canada come to the table and renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement.Bloomberg HuffPost Fox News (Online News)
Mar 11 2018
President Trump spoke at a rally for Rick Saccone on Saturday, the Republican running in a tight race for U.S. House in Western Pennsylvania's special election. In his speech, he touted his new tariffs, celebrated his economic accomplishments, and asserted that drug dealers should face the death penalty.Vanity Fair Washington Examiner NPR (Online News)
Jun 18 2019
President Donald Trump on Tuesday formally launches what may be an uphill battle to persuade voters to give him four more years in office, as he bets a strong U.S. economy will outweigh voter concerns about his unorthodox style and polarizing policies.
At an evening rally in Orlando, Florida, Trump, who has long made it known he is running for re-election, will begin making his caseReuters
Jun 10 2019
Donald Trump on Monday returned to the offensive over criticism of his immigration deal with Mexico, accusing the New York Times of “sick journalism” for reporting that key components of the deal, announced on Friday, had been agreed for months.
‘All I have done, no credit!’ Enraged Trump defends US-Mexico migrant deal
He tweeted: “When will the Failing New York Times admit thatThe Guardian
Aug 26 2019
U.S. President Donald Trump said the prospects for a deal with China are better now than at any time since negotiations began last year, even as a top state-media editor in Beijing questioned his version of events.
Speaking at the Group of 7 meetings in Biarritz, France, Trump said last night China called “our trade people and said let’s get back to the table.” He also lauded PresidentBloomberg
Aug 23 2019
Jerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve chair, kept future interest rate cuts squarely on the table on Friday while stressing that the central bank’s powers to right the economy were limited by President Trump’s trade policies, which continue to pose risks to the economic outlook.
“While monetary policy is a powerful tool that works to support consumer spending, business investment, andNew York Times (News)
May 14 2019
Republicans are growing more nervous about next year’s race for the Senate as President Trump ratchets up a trade war with China that increasingly threatens to cause pain to U.S. farmers.
To be sure, the 2020 elections remain more than a year off, the president is popular in farm country and voters in rural states largely have stuck with Trump through thick and thin as the economy hasThe Hill
Nov 30 2018
President Trump and leaders from Mexico and Canada signed a new trade deal to replace NAFTA after the Trump administration's recent tariffs prompted negotiations between the three countries. The pact may face a struggle in Congress, as some Democratic leaders have vowed to oppose it on the grounds that it does not do enough to protect the American worker.Washington Post Fox News (Online News) BBC News
Jul 24 2018
The Trump administration will reportedly offer billions of dollars in aid to U.S. farmers who have been hurt by the recent trade tensions with China, the European Union, and others. Critics have slammed President Trump's tariffs as the root of the issue, while supporters say that they will help eradicate unfair trade practices in the long-term.Vox Reuters Fox News (Online News)
Dec 14 2019
Representatives from the U.S. and China inked the first details of a tentative trade deal on Friday, agreeing to scale back some tariffs in exchange for China buying about $200 billion more of U.S. goods in the next two years, among other things. The agreement, announced by President Donald Trump on Twitter and by Chinese officials at a briefing in Beijing, represents "phase one" of a nineBloomberg Washington Post Fox News (Online News)