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Peter Navarro, director of the National Trade Council at the White House, made the comments on CNBC's "Closing Bell" Monday.
NBC News says Rosenstein will refuse to resign if asked to do so.
With oil bubbling higher, the United Nations this week could provide the next catalyst for prices, with both President Donald Trump and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani each speaking about U.S. sanctions on Iran.
The law governing federal vacancies gives the president broad sway to appoint a successor if someone resigns, but some argue Trump would have less power if Rosenstein were fired.
Current U.S. trade policies may be creating volatility in the near term, but will be good for the markets in the long run, Peter Navarro, one of President Donald Trump's top trade advisors, said on CNBC.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell on Monday.
Starbucks is about to make "significant changes" to its organizational structure, which could include corporate layoffs, according to an internal memo sent to employees by CEO Kevin Johnson.
President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in have signed the first major agreement of Trump's trade agenda.
Netflix shares climbed more than 2 percent on Monday after a report said Apple is veering toward more family friendly content for its video streaming service.
RMS' estimations include property damage and business interruption in residential, commercial, industrial and automobile businesses while factoring in post-event loss amplification.
General Electric shares fell to a new 9-year low on Monday, dropping to levels not seen since July 13, 2009.
The Apple Watch Series 4 can automatically detect if the wearer falls, and can place a call to emergency services. The feature is off by default, but here's how to turn on fall detection.
Some investors aren't buying the dip in Micron, which is down 15 percent this month and warned about tariffs' impact on its earnings.
Francisco would have enormous control over the Russia inquiry, including determining its scope and resources. Mueller would have to consult with Francisco before taking key investigative steps, including any new indictments.
Comcast, Disney and AT&T want to increase their scale, but they're probably going to need to take a break and digest their megadeals before going back into the market.
President Donald Trump praised North Korea's Kim Jong Un as "very open" and "terrific" Monday and announced he likely will hold a second summit with Kim "quite soon," striking a far less ominous note at the United Nations about the nuclear threat from the North.
A deluge of rebalancing should drive investor money toward household names like Verizon, Alphabet, Disney and Electronic Arts, according to J.P. Morgan equity strategist Dubravko Lakos-Bujas.