Trump Announces Deal with Mexico on Migration, Says Tariffs Will Not Be Imposed

President Donald Trump dropped a threat to impose tariffs on billions of dollars’ worth of Mexican goods entering the country if Mexico didn’t do more to stop illegal immigrants from crossing the nation’s southern border. The President made the announcement yesterday on Twitter. “I am pleased to inform you that The United States of America […]

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Trump Drops Tariffs on Canada, Mexico Steel Imports to Ease Passage of Trade Deal

The Trump administration has agreed to lift tariffs on steel imports from Canada and Mexico, paving the way for a new trilateral trade deal to go through. President Trump made the announcement in remarks to the National Association of Retailers in Washington, D.C., Friday. “I’m pleased to announce that we’ve just reached an agreement with […]

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U.S., Canada and Mexico Reach Agreement on New “NAFTA”

President Trump announced the U.S. has reached a deal with the governments of Mexico and Canada on a new trade agreement meant to replace NAFTA, the twenty-five-year-old pact that Mr. Trump campaigned against during the 2016 election. The announcement was made from the Rose Garden at the White House. The President was joined by Republican […]

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Trump Attacks Bloomberg for Leaking Off-the-Record Comments

President Donald Trump has accused Bloomberg of leaking comments he made during an interview with the publication last week. He says the comments were off-the-record. The president wrote about the incident on Twitter. “Still can’t believe that Bloomberg violated a firm OFF THE RECORD statement. Will they put out an apology?” the president wrote. The […]

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U.S., Mexico Reach Trade Agreement with Canada Excluded

President Trump announced that the U.S. has entered into a new bilateral trade agreement with Mexico, replacing the former agreement known as the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The President made the announcement from the Oval Office this morning. “This has to do – they used to call it NAFTA. We’re going to call […]

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Trump Tells DHS to Block Migrant Caravans from Entering US

President Trump has ordered the Department of Homeland Security to disband immigrant caravans who are traveling from Central America through Mexico to the United States in the hopes of seeking asylum. “Despite the Democrat inspired laws on Sanctuary Cities and the Border being so bad and one sided, I have instructed the Secretary of Homeland […]

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Donald Trump Takes Credit for Immigrant Caravan Being Stopped Short of The United States

A caravan of 1,000 men, women and children migrants hoping to seek asylum in the United States has reportedly been disbanded according to Mexican authorities.  The group made headlines last weekend when it crossed into the Mexico with the goal of ultimately making it to the United States during Easter weekend. The migrants are mainly from […]

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President Vows to End Negotiating Solution for DACA Program

President Trump has vowed to stop negotiating on a solution to the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals, or DACA program Sunday morning, citing what he considers a lack of desire on the part of congressional Democrats to get a deal done. He also decried what he called “caravans” of illegal immigrants crossing the southern border […]

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President Trump Exempts U.S. Allies, EU from Steel & Aluminum Tariffs

The Trump administration has announced that the European Union, Australia, Argentina, Brazil and South Korea will be exempt from the 25% steel and 15% aluminum tariffs the President announced earlier this month. The President’s tariff announcement angered many longstanding allies and set off a flurry of backroom diplomacy as countries sought exemptions and threatened retaliatory […]

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Eleven Countries, Including Canada and Mexico, Move forward With TPP Without U.S.

Eleven countries have moved forward with a trans-pacific trade pact despite President Trump pulling the U.S. out of the negotiations of the deal last year.  Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam gathered in Santiago this week to sign the renamed Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership. The agreement creates […]

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