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Tensions between the U.S. and many of its allies were already high after the Trump administration decided to impose tariffs on imports from Canada, Mexico and the European Union.
Founder and CEO Katrina Lake said the company has been able to post revenue growth without sacrificing investment in the business.
She currently serves as deputy assistant to President Donald Trump for economic policy and deputy director of the National Economic Council.
The Wisconsin Republican said "there are better ways to help American workers and consumers."
The comedian used the slur as she urged Ivanka to talk to her father about immigration policies that separate children from their parents.
The Journal reported that the Trump administration is expected to make an announcement on Thursday.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said that the team will "prepare should the summit take place."
The documents describe Cohen's contract with the company, a relationship that earned President Donald Trump's personal lawyer $600,000.