The meeting of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin has the mainstream media foaming at the mouth after the confirmation of Russian election meddling. The MSM hopes to use the average person’s ignorance of typical foreign policy as a means of smearing Donald Trump’s reputation as much as they can.
Donald Trump and NATO – Trump reaffirmed his support for the organization after other member state leaders claim they’ll meet financial targets by 2024.
Harley-Davidson moves production overseas to avoid tariffs implemented by the European Union. In this case, Trump’s protectionist policies have back-fired.
Trump’s approval rating is extremely high among Republican voters. However, he continues to do terribly among Democrats, clearly evidence of political polarization in the American system.
Saving the coal industry is a bad idea for multiple reasons, both environmental and economical. Let’s follow the EU into the future instead of the past.
An op-ed in the New York Times this morning reeked of self-importance as if Californians are going to be the ones to usher in the utopia. However, the theme of it, is something which we can all agree on, and aspire to as well.
China might offer to purchase $200 billion worth of products from the United States following Trump’s sanctions. However, if Trump were to agree to the trade deal – despite advice from economists – it would be effective in his dealings with Kim Jung-un as well as the trade deficit.
After North Korea figured out the purpose of the attempt at reconciliation, notably, the intention for them to denuclearize, officials from the government claimed the US has “sinister” intentions.
A win for Donald Trump in the foreign policy department but it’s not likely to continue if they’re serious about having Kim Jong-un get rid of his nuclear weapons.