The Trump administration on Friday escalated a trade war between the world's two largest economies, moving ahead with tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese goods and provoking an immediate tit-for-tat response from Beijing.
US President Donald Trump said he was pushing ahead with hefty tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese imports, and the smoldering trade war between the world's two largest economies showed signs of igniting as Beijing immediately vowed to respond in kind.
US President Donald Trump threatened Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe he would send 25 million Mexicans to his country during a discussion on immigration, one of a series of bizarre statements by Trump that shocked fellow leaders at last week's acrimonious Group of Seven (G7) summit, according to a report.
Thousands of people joined rallies across the United States to protest President Donald Trump's policy of separating children from their parents who have entered the country illegally at the US-Mexico border.
The New York state attorney general sued US President Donald Trump, three of his children and his foundation on Thursday, saying he illegally used the nonprofit as a personal “checkbook” for his own benefit, including his 2016 presidential campaign.
The US military has indefinitely suspended major joint exercises with South Korea, a senior American official has said, two days after President Donald Trump said following the historic summit with North Korea that the United States was stopping “very provocative” and expensive military exercises with South Korea to facilitate denuclearization negotiations with Pyongyang.
US President Donald Trump has decided to impose tariffs on about $50 billion worth of Chinese imports, the latest move in his intensifying campaign to rewrite the rules of global trade and potentially spark a trade war.
U.S. President Donald Trump will meet with his top trade advisers on Thursday to decide whether to activate threatened tariffs on Chinese goods, a senior Trump administration official said, as China again urged talks to settle the dispute.
North Korea no longer poses a nuclear threat, nor is it the "biggest and most dangerous problem" for the United States, President Donald Trump said on Wednesday on his return from a summit in Singapore with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.