Trump says progress made toward trade deal with Mexico, but warns Canada
Saturday, 11 August 2018 (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday that the United States and Mexico were making progress on a trade deal, and warned Canada he would tax their auto exports if an agreement cannot be reached with Ottawa. "Deal with Mexico is coming along nicely
If President Trump and the U.S. Congress fail to create a spending deal by Friday, roughly 25 percent of federal operations will run out of money, causing a partial government shutdown. This shutdown..
U.S. President Donald Trump and Congressional Democrats appeared no closer to reaching a government budget deal by December 21 - with Trump still insisting Congress include $5 billion for a border wall..
According to Reuters, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Thursday he has not discussed a proposed border wall with President Donald Trump. The comments from Lopez Obrador come after..
President Donald Trump on Thursday blasted General Motors CEO Mary Barra. In a Fox News interview, Trump said Barra made a "big mistake" by laying off thousands of workers. According to CNN, Trump then..
U.S. Democratic leaders rebuked President Donald Trump on Thursday for saying Mexico will pay for a border wall through a new trade deal, while Mexico's new... Reuters India - WorldAlso reported by •CBC.ca