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Scratching the surface, it may look bad financially. Digging deeper, his steel strategy plans for a better future for America economically and strategically. In 1945, the United States produced 72% of the world’s steel. Since then, the US’s impact on global steel production has shrunk tremendously as manufacturers have found it cheaper to outsource
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Bill ClarkCQ Roll Call via Getty Images by John Binder12 Mar 2018Washington, D.C.0 12 Mar, 201812 Mar, 2018 The pro-open borders, avid free trader Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) has introduced legislation to “nullify” President Trump’s tariffs on imported steel and aluminum designed to increase American manufacturing for U.S. workers. In a speech on the Senate
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@WhiteHouse on Instagram by John Binder11 Mar 2018Washington, DC0 11 Mar, 201811 Mar, 2018 American workers whose lives were uprooted by multinational free trade deals are thanking President Trump for signing into law tariffs on imported steel and aluminum to protect U.S. jobs. In a series of videos by the White House, American workers thanked
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MSNBC host Chris Matthews said President Donald Trump is using tariffs to look out for “people that nobody else is looking out for” and argued that tariffs are also very much a “cultural issue” in the Rust Belt. “This is Pat Buchanan stuff. It’s economic nationalism… It’s the feeling people have that Trump said ‘I’ll
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White House trade adviser Peter Navarro challenged establishment forces and lobbyists for raising alarms about a “trade war” in response to President Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs. “Lobbyists on K Street are in full throat against this, who cares?” Navarro said on Fox News on Monday. “We got the politicians, everybody in the swamp is rising
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Exact details of new United States aluminum and steel tariffs remain unclear after White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters on Thursday that the percentages and final plan will be released next week. President Donald Trump declared a new 25 percent tariff on steel and a ten percent tariff on aluminum, during a White
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The Associated Press by John Carney1 Mar 20180 1 Mar, 20181 Mar, 2018 Stocks of the biggest U.S. multinational companies were hit the hardest by a sell-off that accelerated after the Trump administration announced new steel and aluminum tariffs. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, which is composed of 30 large publicly traded U.S. companies, fell
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