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Aug 23 2019
With exchanges between the U.S. and China heating up this week, leaders of both nations announced new policies to combat the other. The U.S. is attempting to block some Chinese goods from being sold, while China has announced more tariffs on the U.S. The stock market dropped, due to fears of the war ahead.
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Oct 17 2019
The president’s tentative deal with China is not a winner.
A trade deal with China could finally be here! It's a good one, too, according to President Donald Trump, who said last week, "So, we just made what, I guess, is one of the biggest deals that's been made in a long time, with China." He added, "If you look at the deal, the deal is so incredible. The deal is a great deal." Then weReason
Jun 07 2019
Hiring cooled in May, the Labor Department reported Friday, as firms appeared more hesitant to bring on new employees amid the uncertainty and concern over President Trump escalating the trade war with China.
The U.S. economy added 75,000 jobs in May, a significant pullback from 224,000 jobs added in April that is likely to heighten fears that the trade war is taking a greater toll. TheWashington Post
Jun 06 2019
There really is something unprecedented — and deadly — happening at the US-Mexico border right now. But the threat is to migrants themselves.
President Trump’s constant temper tantrums about the US-Mexico border have become the background noise of his administration. Even as he reaches for more and more drastic threats to try to “stop” the flow of unauthorized migrants into the US —Vox
Aug 27 2019
Peppered with complaints from farmers fed up with President Trump’s trade war, Sonny Perdue found his patience wearing thin. Mr. Perdue, the agriculture secretary and the guest of honor at the annual Farmfest gathering in southern Minnesota this month, tried to break the ice with a joke.
“What do you call two farmers in a basement?” Mr. Perdue asked near the end of a testy hourlong townNew York Times (News)
May 27 2019
Trump said recent North Korean missile tests are nothing to worry about, and that he wants “fairness and reciprocity” in a US-Japan trade deal.
President Donald Trump arrived in Japan Saturday for a state visit with the country’s leaders, including its new emperor, but launched his trip with a reassuring message to an adversary: North Korea’s Kim Jong Un.
In a tweet, Trump wroteVox
Oct 14 2019
President Donald Trump announced Monday his plans to issue an executive order allowing for sanctions against the Turkish government, as well as tariffs on steel imports and the abandonment of a multi-billion dollar trade deal, as the country continues its military offensive against Kurdish and Syrian forces in northern Syria.
Some reporting outlets painted the move as one of bipartisanThe Week - News Washington Post The Daily Caller
Jul 26 2019
“Boris Johnson promised in his first speech as prime minister to lead Britain out of the European Union on Oct. 31 with ‘no ifs or buts’ and warned that if the bloc refused to negotiate then there would be a no-deal Brexit.” (Reuters)
The left is worried that Johnson will not be able to solve the Brexit crisis.
“The raw dilemma at the heart of Brexit: Will the U.K. remainThe Flip Side
Jan 15 2020
The U.S. and China signed a preliminary part of a trade deal Wednesday morning. The deal reportedly focuses on negotiations, intellectual property theft, tariffs, and currency manipulation; China has also agreed to purchase $200 billion worth of US goods over the next two years. The plan for the deal's second phase remains unclear.
Some outlets, many right-leaning, framed the deal as aPolitico Forbes New York Post (News)
May 14 2019
A personal duel between two rival presidents could ensure that the escalating trade war across the Pacific may last longer than anyone expected.
The showdown is now no longer just a confrontation between China and the US -- one a rising power challenging the long established dominance of the global economic leader. It's become a test of wills between two of the world's most powerful menGuest Writer - Left