Trump is expected to sign a directive asking for a probe into whether imports of foreign-made steel are hurting U.S. national security.
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Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross discusses President Trump's newly-signed executive order on steel imports and what it means for national security.
President Donald Trump meets with steel CEOs at the White House and signs an executive order on steel imports.
President Donald Trump makes remarks after meeting with steel CEOs at the White House.
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