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There’s confusion over whether the Trump administration secretly promised Apple that iPhones wouldn’t be caught in the cross fire of a tra...

Apple CEO Tim Cook was told by the Trump administration that it would not place tariffs on iPhones, according to the Times, but a senior White House advisor said he didn't have knowledge of an exception.

Soybeans are tumbling as Trump ratchets up trade fight with Beijing

Soybeans tumbled Tuesday after President Donald Trump threatened hundreds of billions of additional tariffs on the world's largest soy importer, raising concerns that retaliatory import taxes that could further target American agricultural products.
Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau and US President Donald Trump

Trump’s bully-and-threaten approach to dealmaking is not so artful

Opinion: Donald Trump has a negotiating tactic he really likes: Threaten to do something someone else will really hate, and then offer to stop if they give you what you want. Call it the “Why are you hitting yourself?” approach to diplomacy.

A top GOP senator is unloading on his colleagues who are blocking a long-supported GOP policy because they’re afraid of Trump

After a broad bipartisan amendment to rein in President Donald Trump's ability to slap tariffs on trading partners appeared to be gaining steam, it quickly dissipated when it became clear top Republicans could not stomach legislation to which Trump will take offense.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and President Donald Trump

Canada is slapping tariffs on $12.8 billion of US goods — here are the states that stand to lose the most

Canada is hitting the US with massive tariffs in response to President Donald Trump's decision to hit the country with steel and aluminum tariffs. Based on US export data, here are the states that could be the hardest hit by the tariffs.

Trump says the US won’t endorse the G7 joint statement, calls Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ‘dishonest & weak’

President Donald Trump on Saturday tweeted that he would not endorse the joint commitment between the leaders of the Group of Seven nations who met in Canada this weekend, threatening auto tariffs and blasting "false statements" he accused the Canadian prime minister of making.

There’s only one thing that can repair the damage Trump is doing to America’s relationship with its closest allies

The only thing that will fix the damage the Trump administration has done to the US relationship with its closest allies is a change of guard in the US government, according to Sebastian Mallaby at the "Council on Foreign Relations."
President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau exchanged some dark humor about their escalating trade dispute at the G7 summit

On the opening day of the G7 summit in Canada, President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau exchanged some dark humor about the trade dispute currently roiling some of the US's oldest allies.
Sen. Bob Corker

Top GOP senators are organizing a plan to take control of Trump’s tariffs, and it might actually work

A group of senators are crafting a plan that would claw back some of President Donald Trump's authority to enact sweeping tariffs and other trade policies that many Republicans and other free trade supporters believe would result in lasting damage to the US economy.
President Donald Trump with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, July 7, 2017.

Stocks go nowhere amid trade tensions

Stocks were mixed Tuesday as US trade tensions rose on multiple fronts. The dollar and the 10-year Treasury yield fell.