Leslie Shaffer was a senior writer at CNBC.com, covering a range of topics from macroeconomics to markets and the corporate sector. She has extensive experience as an editor and reporter of financial news, having worked previously at the Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires.
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Trump has applied labels such as a "disaster" and "horrible" to various U.S. trade deals, including Korus and NAFTA.
The U.S. Embassy in Ankara said it would suspend non-immigrant visa services, in a move Turkey's D.C. embassy quickly matched.
U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer takes a more conciliatory tone on the Korus pact, stepping away from threats to terminate it.
In an interview with Fox News, President Donald Trump said that Puerto Rico's debt will have to wiped out.
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The commerce secretary told CNBC on Wednesday that the news media was to blame for the intense focus on the Trump administration.
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Advisers to President Donald Trump occasionally used private email addresses for White House business, the New York Times reported
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