The Trump administration is offering a $15 million reward for anyone who can disrupt the finances of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
China files a complaint against the U.S. with the World Trade Organization. The Chinese Commerce Ministry confirmed Beijing filed the complaint over the latest round of tariffs which went into effect over the weekend. The Trump administration imposed a 15% tariff on roughly $112 billion worth of Chinese goods on Sunday, and China responded with a 10% tariff on U.S. crude.
The Trump administration establishes a new office in Colombia to help combat the Maduro regime in Venezuela. One America’s Jacob Demille has details on the new initiative.
The White House is reportedly considering cutting taxes again to offset possible negative effects of tariffs on foreign trade. According to Thursday reports, the Trump administration could spend billions of dollars in tariff revenues on a new fiscal stimulus package.
Tropical Storm Dorian has strengthened to a hurricane. This comes after President Trump approved an emergency declaration for Puerto Rico.
Allies of President Trump said they are disappointed rapper A$AP Rocky hasn’t thanked him for helping secure his release. In an interview Thursday, a pastor and co-chair of the Urban Revitalization Coalition said the rapper’s team has not returned their text messages, despite previously promising to thank the Trump administration.
Left-wing pundits are calling for “extra scrutiny” over recent media outlets giving former White House staffers Sarah Sanders and Sean Spicer a platform.
The Trump administration is exploring ways to support economic recovery. One America’s John Hines has more from Washington.
President Trump signed a memorandum forgiving disabled veterans student debt, while addressing a veterans convention in Louisville, Kentucky. The signing took place Wednesday at the 75th Annual AMVETS National Convention.