Wall Street on alert as markets continue to fall amid fears of trade war
The Dow dropped more than 550 points after President Trump threatened more than $100 billion in new tariffs against China, saying Americans will face "a little pain."
President Trump has announced $100 billion in additional tariffs against China.
The TAKE with Rick Klein Staff letting Trump be Trump is one thing. But what happens when Trump really lets Trump be Trump? That’s the stuff of tirades about rapes of migrant women and asylum-seeker caravans, of military deployments to the border and out of Syria, of voter fraud, dead DACA deals,
Trump took aim at the trade deficit with China as the House passed a spending bill to fund the government.
The TAKE with Rick Klein More than $10 million, a visit by President Donald Trump , the mobilization of the GOP army … all to buy a tie? It’s not just any tie. Republicans fought to almost (but not quite) even in a district Trump carried by nearly 20 points in 2016, and where Democrats had stopped
ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl goes one-on-one with White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah on "This Week."
This is a rush transcript and will be updated. JONATHAN KARL, ABC NEWS: Let's bring on Raj Shah, principle deputy press secretary in the Trump White House. Raj, welcome to this week. RAJ SHAH, DEPUTY PRESS SECRETARY: Jonathan, thanks for having me on. KARL: Let's get right to the big news on North
ABC News' Jonathan Karl reports on the White House reaction to the surprise announcement about North Korea and the latest on the tariffs on steel and aluminum.
As President Donald Trump presses forward with his plan to levy sharp tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, the president has little to no support among congressional Republicans , and some are strategizing how to block or undo the president's new proclamation. Rather than impose the tariffs