President Trump held a joint press conference with his French counter part Emmanuel Macron, marking the end of the G7 summit in France.
As the Hong Kong protests continue and the U.S.-China trade negotiations extend, many are asking about the mounting pressure on the Chinese regime. One America’s Jack Posobiec spoke with national security expert Tony Shaffer to learn more.
The president continues to put pressure on China as the Asian nation calls on the U.S. to meet ‘halfway’ on negotiations to end the ongoing trade war. One America’s Jennesh Agagas has the latest between the two nations.
The U.S. is delaying tariffs on some Chinese imports until December 15th. One America’s Emerald Robinson has more from the White House.
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.
With most of Washington, D.C. quieting down for its annual break, the U.S.-China trade conflict has been escalated to a trade war with little hope for resolution as the September 1st tariff deadline looms. One America’s Chanel Rion has the latest from the White House.
President Trump has brought China back to the negotiating table after several weeks of a stalemate on trade. One America’s Kristian Rouz explains.
Despite being the world’s second largest economy, China is still classified as a developing country. This means its receiving the same subsidized shipping rates as Cuba and Botswana. This has created a huge competitive disadvantage for many small businesses in the U.S. One America’s John Hines has more from Washington.