U.S. President Donald Trump and U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross have indicated that Washington has no deadline for a trade deal with China, with the president saying that it could wait until after the 2020 election.
On Aug. 1, the day after U.S. and Chinese trade officials met in Shanghai to restart talks, U.S. President Donald Trump said via Twitter that his administration would impose new tariffs on US$300 billion worth of Chinese goods.
Ahead of a much-anticipated new round of talks between Beijing and Washington, President Donald Trump said on March 20 that the United States could keep its tariffs active on China for a “substantial period.”
The U.S. presidential election is set for 2020 and President Trump may be reelected despite his poor approval numbers. There are several arguments as to why Trump may be voted back into office in 2020.
U.S. President Trump, refusing to accept North Korean requests for a complete lifting of sanctions, chose instead to walk away from the Hanoi talks between him and Chairman Kim Jong-un without a deal. Afterward, Trump indicated that he would follow…
North Korea’s government-owned Rodong Sinmun newspaper has run a propaganda piece for the apparent purpose of selling denuclearization to the North Korean people as leader Kim Jong-un departs for Vietnam to hold his second summit with U.S. president Donald Trump.
From January 7-9, 2019, trade representatives from the governments of China and the United States met in Beijing for negotiations that could resolve the trade war that has been going on for more than half a year.
Speaking from the Oval Office, President Donald Trump said that Americans were facing “a choice between right and wrong, justice and injustice” in regards to immigration policy and humanitarian concerns at the southern U.S. border.
Claiming effective defeat of the Islamic State (ISIS) terror group, U.S. President Donald Trump announced Wednesday, Dec. 19, the withdrawal of all 2,000 U.S. military personnel from the war-torn Middle Eastern country of Syria. The Pentagon has begun arrangements for the…
President Donald Trump signed the “Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act” on Wednesday, Dec. 19, a law that calls for the U.S. government to investigate which Chinese officials are responsible for restricting access to American visitors and journalists to the Tibetan…