“They’re going to make a deal, because they have to. They have to. They have no choice,” Trump said in Davos.
Former White House economic adviser Gary Cohn, who proudly embraces the label “globalist,” falsely claimed on Face The Nation that tariffs on Chinese imports have “totally hurt the United States.”
As it turns out, Breitbart has been right all along. Tariffs did not squeeze American consumers.
Angela Merkel’s comments undercut a key Democratic talking point: that the U.S. should work with its allies to pressure China.
Let’s look back at all the things our corrupt political and media “experts” assured and reassured us Trump could not or would not do … just before he went ahead and did.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s trade agenda in the 2020 Democrat presidential primary replicates then-candidate Barack Obama’s trade promises in 2008 — promises that ultimately led to the Obama-Biden White House pushing the job-killing Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade deal.
DES MOINES, Iowa — Billionaire left-wing donor-turned-candidate Tom Steyer told Breitbart News in the spin room after Tuesday evening’s Democrat debate that he would not use tariffs on China to force it to adopt climate change policies.
Presidential hopeful Tom Steyer (D) said at the Democrat debate on Tuesday that he would end the tariffs that President Donald Trump has put in place to curb China’s unfair trade practices on the first day of his presidency if he is elected in 2020.
The White House appears to be waiting until the last minute to release the text of the phase one trade deal with China
(AFP) — The EU’s top trade official heads to Washington on Tuesday on a sensitive mission to mend ties with the United States and end several years of protectionist battles.
“China has made enforceable commitments to refrain from competitive devaluation,” Treasury Secretary Mnuchin said.
The U.S. economy is far more resilient and less reliant on China than Trump critics believed.
China officially confirms that Vice Premier Liu He will attend the signing of the Phase One trade deal.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he and Chinese President Xi Jinping will have a signing ceremony to confirm the first phase of the trade deal agreed to this month.
The nation’s most prominent labor unions are coming out strong to support President Trump’s United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) trade deal that will replace the job-killing North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
The phase one trade deal is under fire from economists and politicians opposed to the Trump economic agenda.
“Farmers are going to have to go out and buy much larger tractors, because it means a lot of business,” Trump joked.
Trump says China agreed to “massive” purchases of U.S. products. In a press conference on Friday, China declined to provide details about those purchases.
Trump is reportedly considering the terms of a preliminary trade deal with China.
The holiday season and surging consumer sentiment is not pushing up prices. Prices received by U.S. businesses were unchanged in November, indicating extremely low inflationary pressure in the economy despite very low unemployment, recent tariff hikes, and rising wages, according