The US stock market is hovering near all-time highs. While in China the stock market has been falling hard since the first mention of tariffs from US President Donald Trump.
If Kavanaugh wins approval, after all, it will help cement Trump’s position in office. And his left-wing opponents are still holding out hope of seeing the President impeached.
The US places tariffs on Chinese imports and China retaliates.
Earlier this year, US President Donald Trump negotiated a deal with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un with the help of South Korean President Moon Jae-in. Now the two are joining forces once again.
Cuba’s new president Miguel Diaz-Canel has arrived in New York for his first trip to the United States, where he will denounce the decades-old US trade embargo on his country at the UN General Assembly, state-run media report.
FBI texts referred to it as the ‘Insurance Policy.’ We now call it the Steele Dossier. US President Donald Trump’s most recent move in the Russia investigation is potentially the most explosive development yet.
But with the adage, ‘You do not truly know someone until you fight them,’ in mind (from The Matrix Reloaded), the two men appear to have gotten to know each other.
Enter US President Donald Trump. Trump has linked American support for Middle Eastern countries to oil prices as he again urged OPEC to lower prices.
An Australian manufacturing company has secured a contract to build two more warships for the US navy.
So says US President Donald Trump. Trump is making use of the extraordinary executive powers that come with his office to declassify secret documents in the Russia investigation.
In fact, Polish President Andrzej Duda has told Trump that he would like the US to create a permanent American base in Poland. And the base would be named Fort Trump.
That in fact he will secure a new agreement before the 6 November midterm elections in the US.
And Australia’s relationship with US President Donald Trump remains strong. Scott Morrison says he and US President Donald Trump both understand that some voters feel like globalisation has left them behind.
The most recent threat was from the US to China, as Trump toyed with the idea of placing another US$200 billion on Chinese imports.
Rather than supporting the president of his nation, it appears Kerry may be encouraging one of America’s top adversaries to remain defiant.
Would you take a lie detector test at work to prove your innocence to your boss? It seems an extreme step. But when your boss is the president of the United States, and you’re out to prove your loyalty to the White House and the nation, extreme steps may be justified.
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has stated that a US president hasn’t been confronted in such a manner since the American Civil War, when General George B McClellan and President Abraham Lincoln clashed.
Enter The New York Times. Not content to merely report the news, the paper has become one of Trump’s most vocal critics. Trump’s supporters are unlikely to be shaken by this latest attempt to smear his image.
Canadian negotiators will be back in Washington for a new round of talks. But publicly, at least, they appear unwilling to give ground on some of US President Donald Trump’s key demands.
Trump has stated that talks with China will continue, however, the US isn’t quite ready to commit to any agreements regarding trade disputes.
It seems that whenever US President Donald Trump is brought up, the Democrats always find something to complain about, apparently even in a courtroom.
Asian shares have fallen in early trade amid growing concerns over escalating international trade disputes and as emergency austerity measures in Argentina highlighted turbulence in emerging markets.
President Trump has escalated his attacks on Attorney-General Sessions, suggesting the Department of Justice put Republicans in midterm jeopardy with recent indictments of two GOP congressmen.
The Kremlin says the United States is ‘crudely’ trying to recruit Russian nationals to act as its agents, adding that this showed Washington was meddling in Russian affairs.
You’ll often also hear the game of chicken come up in economic game theory. It’s a game that Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari says US President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are currently engaged in.
Trump’s attack against the Alphabet unit follows a string of grievances against technology companies, including social media Twitter and Facebook, which he has accused of silencing conservative voices, and Amazon.com, which he has said is hurting small businesses and benefiting from a favourable deal with the US Postal Services.
US President Donald Trump has been working hard to end long standing divisions between the US and its de facto enemies, like Russia and North Korea. Back home, Trump is also working to end the increasingly divisive tactics of the far left and far right factions.
Arguments first began back in 2013, when Mr Wilson, a self-styled crypto anarchist, showed off the world’s first 3D-printed gun. Files showing how to replicate the process became immediately available on the Defense Distributed website, where it was downloaded hundreds of thousands of times.
These enemies provide a necessary distraction from the ineptitude of their own governments. They bring citizens together under a common cause, a common flag, in an always popular ‘us versus them’ scenario. And they vindicate the need for trillions of dollars in defence spending and ever more intrusive security operations.
US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer says Trump directed the increase from a previously proposed 10% duty because China has refused to meet US demands and has imposed retaliatory tariffs on US goods.