This one is a little longer than usual.
Did the president practice key phrases in Spanish for the NAFTA trade talks?
Come November, his members will "probably" back Democratic candidates.
Mexico announced it would be imposing its own tariffs, with support from Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Leaders at the World Economic Forum are taking not-so-subtle swipes at the U.S. president.
On his Asia trip, Trump is pitching the same trade benefits that were in the Trans-Pacific Partnership he professed to hate.
Trump's threat to toss away NAFTA is troubling American farmers.
According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, about 14 million U.S. jobs depend on trade with Canada and Mexico.
Cows aside, there is much more at stake this time for both Canada and the U.S.
Washington has alrready inflicted long-term damage upon Mexico.
For years, the Republican Party linked the same neoliberal economic agenda to a reactionary social agenda in a form of conservative