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Jul 15 2019
That President Trump has changed political discourse and the presidency is beyond doubt. But that’s not to say his provocative style will be the way of the future.
On Election Day 2016, Ari Fleischer was so unhappy with the choices for president he left his ballot blank.
It pained him to do so. Mr. Fleischer is a staunch Republican; he had served as President George W. Bush’sChristian Science Monitor
Dec 16 2019
President’s tactics break with predecessors’ to extract concessions, but issues with China remain unresolved
President Trump claimed a multi-front victory last week in his bid to reshape U.S. trade policy, extracting fresh commercial concessions from Mexico and China while stripping the World Trade Organization of its powers to restrain the tactics he used to secure them.Wall Street Journal (News)
Mar 21 2019
Two years ago, some of America’s largest corporations were tearing up their business plans to accommodate President Trump, fearful that he could send their shareholders and customers fleeing with a tweet. Now they have a new strategy: Ignore him.
This week, General Motors became the latest recipient of a barrage of tweets from Mr. Trump, who is angry about the company’s closing of aNew York Times (News)
Mar 12 2019
The speech-restricting H.R. 1, which passed the House last week, is an affront to the Constitution.
The same Democrats outraged by Donald Trump’s alleged offenses against the First Amendment passed, as their first priority, a speech-restricting bill opposed by the American Civil Liberties Union.
Trump shouldn’t call the media “the enemy of the people” or inveigh against JeffRich Lowry
Mar 07 2019
‘Not my fault’: Trump struggles to defend his record amid setbacks on immigration, trade, North Korea
President Trump proclaimed in a freewheeling speech to a conference of conservatives last weekend that “America is winning again.” But his administration has been on a pronounced losing streak over the past week.
Trump is losing ground on top priorities to curb illegal immigration, cut the trade deficit and blunt North Korea’s nuclear threat — setbacks that complicate his plannedWashington Post
Sep 02 2019
President Trump on Monday lashed out at AFL-CIO President Richard Trumaka a day after the labor union leader criticized Trump's trade deal in a Fox News interview.
Trump, in a Labor Day morning tweet, claimed that Trumka doesn't share the same critique of Trump's trade deal when "he is with me at the White House."
"Just watched AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka on @FoxNews andThe Hill
Jul 29 2018
Earlier this week, President Trump and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker made a joint announcement on what they described as a "new phase" in EU-US relations after meeting at the White House to discuss trade. Before this agreement, many had feared an all-out trade war with the EU, but the two parties have agreed to work to lower tariffs and other barriers to trade.Washington Post BBC News Fox News (Online News)
Jun 10 2018
President Trump on Saturday pulled out of the G7 summit agreement hours after the White House announced they would sign it. Trump tweeted that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had been "meek and mild" during meetings and was "dishonest" in the final press conference, in which Mr. Trudeau said that Canada will institute retaliatory tariffs and “will not be pushed around” by the U.S.Los Angeles Times Wall Street Journal (News) Washington Examiner
May 17 2019
China’s state media signaled a lack of interest in resuming trade talks with the U.S. under the current threat to escalate tariffs, while the government said stimulus will be stepped up to buttress the domestic economy.
Without new moves that show the U.S. is sincere, it is meaningless for its officials to come to China and have trade talks, according to a commentary by the blog TaoranBloomberg
May 14 2019
China and the United States have agreed to keep talking about their trade dispute, the Chinese government said on Tuesday, as U.S. President Donald Trump said he thought recent discussions in Beijing would be successful.
The slightly more optimistic comments came after both sides ramped up their trade war, with China announcing details of new tariffs against U.S. imports on Monday,Reuters