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Another day, another Trump deal gone bust. This time it's Foxconn.
Today, it looks as though the administration is indeed crushing it — the economy, that is.
Could someone tell the Brits? In 2016, they voted to abandon the European Union, taking their bangers and mash and retreating to splendid isolation.
These are among the many presidential lessons that Donald Trump didn't learn before taking office and has ignored ever since.
And Nebraska farmers aren't fooled by Trump's rhetoric.
After the midterms, Fox previews its strategy for covering economic downturns: Blame Democrats.
Now suppose the benefit of a strong economy were to be pulled out from under Trump in the months to follow. What would be Trump's selling point then? His charm and wit?
Trade wars are a lot harder to win than Trump promised.
Often, we could learn from what people and leaders beyond our borders have to say. Declining to tap collective wisdom or draw on the experience of other countries is courting self-destruction.
President Obama saved the auto industry, but Trump's policies are leading to layoffs and financial losses.
The revised NAFTA, christened the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, is the product of his peculiar approach to disputes.
Eighty percent of the world's recreational vehicles are built in and around Elkhart County, Indiana, which voted for Trump by a 2-1 margin.
Those hurt by Trump's trade war are fighting back.
Reports are coming in from the first skirmishes in Donald Trump’s gratuitous trade war.
The new review process allows for companies to file for exemptions to the tariffs — which many experts believe is an even worse outcome applying blanket tariffs.