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President Trump is hunting for his third chief of staff in less than two years. So far, he is not finding many takers. “You have to wonder who would want to take this job,” said one scholar.
The patriarch of a political dynasty, Bush was the last World War II vet to serve in the Oval Office. His son George W. called him “one of the greatest one-term presidents in the nation’s history.”
Angered by General Motors’ decision to idle plants and lay off thousands of workers, the Trump administration threatened to retaliate by withholding federal subsidies for the company’s cars.
The fate of Obamacare may hinge on which party wins the midterm elections.
President Trump called for a doubling in the tariff on imported steel and aluminum from Turkey, escalating a diplomatic spat with a key NATO ally.
Even with a healthy job market and rapid economic growth, the federal government is piling up debt. The government’s deficit is expected to top $1 trillion next year.
Nearly all the fireworks Americans will use to celebrate this Fourth of July are imported from China. But the domestic fireworks business is still booming.
Trump ordered stiff new tariffs on a wide range of Chinese imports in response to what the White House calls China’s unfair treatment of U.S. technology.
President Trump is unveiling a task force report on reviving rural prosperity at a Farm Bureau convention in Nashville Monday. Rural voters were a key part of Trump’s winning election coalition.
The move could come within weeks, according to multiple media outlets. President Trump brushed off questions on the topic during an Oval Office meeting on Thursday, saying only, “Rex is here.”