Donald Trump doesn't get the trade thing past the deficit number, but he does know how to GRIFT.
Stephanie Ruhle has some well-educated opinions about this White House and what they're doing to our trade situation and the stock market.
Trump's most trusted news source lead off Friday's coverage by naming Trump "our salesman in chief" and ignored the sexual allegations against Roy Moore.
Though TPP was killed by a long progressive fight that resulted in it not having the votes to pass Congress, of course, he took credit for killing it himself. So now that that’s over, how should our country trade with the world?
Donald Trump's voters will soon learn you can't always get what you want--or need. Here's what they've really won.
Trump threatened to slap a tariff on China. China demonstrates how it's not the one with something to lose.
In the late 70s the country was told that "protectionism" is bad for the economy and was sold "free trade" as a way to bring prosperity and jobs. "Laid-off workers would be "freed up" to get better jobs. Well, they never got better jobs
This week Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement (Iowa CCI Action), Our Revolution (Bernie Sanders' group), and the Communications Workers of America (CWA) will hold a series of town hall meetings across Iowa.
The Republican presidential candidate says we need to cut American wages enough to be "competitive" with China and Mexico. He has even laid out a plan to accomplish this. He may have stopped saying that, but ...
It is not enough for Hillary Clinton to say she opposes the Trans-Pacific Partnership; that doesn't stop it. She has to put herself on the front line, twisting arms and making deals to persuade members of Congress to vote against it.