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President Trump is still willing to take the necessary risks to “deal” with China despite talk from many quarters about a potential economic downturn, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich said Thursday.
President Trump said he is “certain” that he will receive an endorsement from The New York Times in 2020 for the presidential election, he said in a tweet Sunday night.
Live from the Glass House, it’s President Trump blatantly fat shaming an American citizen … one who backs him, btw. Yeah, that happened Thursday night during 45’s rally in New Hampshire … where there were a number of protesters tossed from the…
President Trump has been talking about buying an island that could become America’s biggest—and least populous—state, insiders say. Sources tell the Wall Street Journal that the president has repeatedly asked advisers “with varying degrees of seriousness” about the possibility of buying Greenland from Denmark. One insider says Trump…
President Trump spoke at a massive Shell petrochemical plant under construction in Pennsylvania Tuesday—but he spent a lot more time talking about personal grievances than energy policy. “This thing is costing me a fortune, being president,” Trump said, complaining about the cost of lawyers and rejecting claims he is…
President Trump does NOT cheat on the golf course … so says golf legend John Daly, who golfed with POTUS this week. Trump’s honesty on the golf course has been called into question many, many times in the past … with former golf partners like…
Guatemala has a new president-elect — and Donald Trump should probably pay attention. Alejandro Giammattei has been outspoken in his opposition to a migration deal that his predecessor signed with the United States last month.
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Tariffs aren’t penalty fines. They’re taxes, paid by companies that import goods from abroad. Such companies typically pass along their higher costs to customers in the form of higher prices.
The anti-Trump media went off the deep end this past week, concocting horror stories about the president they love to hate.
Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney defended his boss on Sunday against accusations by many top Democrats that President Trump’s rhetoric on issues like immigration is in part responsible for the two mass shootings over the last 24 hours.