German Chancellor Angela Merkel is vowing to increase military spending in response to U.S. plans to pull troops from her country.
A survey conducted by Iowa State University has found that farmers in Iowa, Minnesota, and Illinois support President Trump’s tariffs against China. According to the study, nearly 60-percent of respondents in those states expressed support for the ongoing trade war, while 14-percent had neutral feelings on the matter.
The State Department denounces the doxxing of a U.S. diplomat by Chinese state media. One America’s Kistian Rouz has more on the rising tensions.
International experts warn of China’s new tactic to advance its malicious policies in foreign and domestic affairs. One America’s Kristian Rouz has the details on how Beijing is looking to advance its agenda.
China is threatening countermeasures against the U.S. if Washington deploys intermediate-range missiles in Asia.
President Trump recently sent a stern warning to China for not living up to its promises regarding a possible trade deal. Beijing has responded with its own threats.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said trade talks with China are wrapping up for now, and the U.S. has been “candid” in its approach.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is expressing optimism ahead of next week’s trade talks in China. In an interview Wednesday, he announced the meetings are set to be held in Shanghai at China’s request.
FBI Director Christopher Wray appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee just one day before two separate House committees are set to press former special counsel Robert Mueller.