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As Americans brace for a price increase in anything made from of steel and aluminum, Chinese consumers were preparing to shell out more for nuts and fruit.
McMaster is the second national security advisor to leave the Trump administration in just over one year.
The Trump administration says China's trade practices involve stealing American companies' intellectual property.
Bannon made his first public comments about the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
President Donald Trump's lead lawyer for the Russia investigation, John Dowd, quit Thursday, reportedly in part due to his opposition to Trump's desire to be interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller's team.
The legislation now goes to the Senate, where it is expected to pass with bipartisan support.
Mattis emphasized the importance of the U.S.-Saudi relationship amid the destructive civil war in neighboring Yemen.
Dowd had reportedly opposed Trump's desire to be interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller's office as part of the probe.
Paul Ryan promoted the $1.3 trillion plan to fund the government through September as President Trump was reluctant to support it.
Kudlow, Trump's new top economic advisor, has supported free trade policies for decades.
This represents an increase of more than 100-fold over what the committee spent at Trump's properties during the same period last year.
The defense-friendly bill gives the Pentagon a top line budget of $700 billion.
President Donald Trump lashed out at Joe Biden, after the former vice president said he would have "beat the hell out" Trump in high school for disrespecting women.
If President Donald Trump wants to launch his one-man trade war with China with a surge in tariffs, he has plenty of products to choose from.
Sessions reportedly was under investigation because of questions about whether he mislead Congress during his confirmations hearings about contacts with Russians.
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