Trade tensions are eased after recent comments made by President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping about tariffs. In a Tweet posted, President Trump thanks his Chinese counterpart for his kind words on tariffs and for promising comments on intellectual property, saying great progress will be made between the two countries.
President Trump expresses confidence the trade dispute with China will be mutually beneficial.
The president noted he and Chinese President Xi Jinping ‘will always be friends’ in a tweet today, and stated China will do the right thing and take down its trade barriers.
President Trump calls for action after the latest suspected chemical attack in Syria that left several people dead, including women and children.
In a series of tweets Sunday, he expressed outrage over the “mindless” attack, which left the area completely inaccessible.
President Trump is ramping up his efforts to keep Americans safe, as he continues his criticism of California’s sanctuary policies. During his weekly address, released Saturday the President accused California politicians of violating the constitution by taking steps to protect illegal immigrants. He added those actions have put the security of U.S. citizens at risk and the situation is now out of control.
Many conservative fiscal-hawks are not pleased with the massive omnibus package passed last month, and are now looking to mitigate the damage. OverThe bill passed the house less than 24 hours after being released to the public, once again in an effort to keep the government open. the past week, President Trump and House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy have proposed clawing back the $1.3 trillion spending bill.
Former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone advises the President against sitting down with special counsel Robert Mueller due to political bias. During an interview Friday, Stone stressed text messages and emails between FBI agents ‘demonstrate’ Mueller’s political bias and the investigation is ‘political’ in nature.
This week has been filled with major headlines in the U.S. and around the world. One America’s Rachel Acenas brings us OAN’s Week in Review.
The White House continues to cooperate with Robert Mueller’s probe.
Today White House officials said incoming Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is leading talks, and officials from both nations have reportedly spoken a number of times regarding a possible location for the summit.