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Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross supports delaying a trade deal until after the 2020 election, saying it eliminates an advantage for China
Ross noted that the US can weather the trade-war storm, and that Trump is "perfectly happy to continue with the tariffs as we have."
The US commerce secretary said at a conference that the US and China were “very far along” in discussions about an initial trade deal, Bloomberg reported.
Government watchdog warns that Trump administration’s tariff exclusion process appears tainted by ‘improper influence’
The Department of Commerce has come under repeated fire for an opaque tariff exemption process that some say favors larger companies.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross blasts Democrats as ‘hell-bent on impeaching the most successful president since Ronald Reagan’
Ross doubled down in his staunch defense of Trump in fiery remarks to the Federalist Society, a conservative legal organization.
Commerce Chief Wilbur Ross threatened to fire NOAA leaders after a weather office in Alabama contradicted Trump about Hurricane Dorian
The threat led to NOAA disavowing the assessment of one of its weather offices, triggering outrage from the public and the scientific community.
Shortly after the company blacklisted over national security firms in May, the company was given 90 days to help customers with the transition.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross's management of the department is coming under fire with reports of dysfunction and infighting among top officials.
The criminal contempt resolution is the most severe action against the Trump administration by House Democrats to date, which can include jail time.
Trump just took executive action to get around obstacles to adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census
President Donald Trump used an executive order to get around the many obstacles to adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
The Supreme Court just temporarily blocked the Trump administration from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census
Three federal judges previously ruled that the administration would violate the Administrative Procedure Act in adding the question.