According to Axios , a source who has discussed the subject with Trump quoted the president as frequently telling advisers: "I don´t know why we´re in it". Trump "has concerns about the WTO", Mnuchin said Friday during an interview on Fox Business . About 160 countries belong to the WTO, including the United States, the UK, Canada, Mexico and China.
Three adults who tried to intervene were also injured, he said. "It's untenable, unconscionable and is pure evil", Bones said. Bones fought back tears as he revealed the ages of the injured children: There had been a 3-year-old, two 4-year-olds, a 6-year-old, an 8-year-old and a 12-year-old "from different continents" gathered that night to celebrate a child's birthday, he said.
Ramos launched so many social media attacks that retired publisher Tom Marquardt called police in 2013. Authorities are still investigating a motive for Thursday's deadly attack, but the suspect appears to have had a longstanding grudge against the newspaper.
Freeland said such tariffs would be "absurd" because the North American auto industry is highly integrated and parts made in Canada often go to cars manufactured in the United States and then sold back to Canadians. Last week, U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the U.S. tariffs against Canada and other allies were created to force them into action to address the world's overproduction and overcapacity of steel.
Kim agreed to the "complete denuclearization" of North Korea at a summit with Trump in Singapore in June, but the latest activity on certain North Korean sites seems to run contrary to the Kim regime's promises of disarmament. As of now, there is little proof that North Korea intends to go down that road, longtime North Korea observers say. "Work is ongoing to deceive us on the number of facilities, the number of weapons, the number of missiles", said another.
Officers will not clear the main encampment, because it is not on federal property, Sperling said , noting that his agency hopes to get ICE workers back at their desks by sometime next week. Immigrant advocacy groups say they're thrilled - and surprised - to see the issue gaining traction among those not tied to immigration. "I think they will never win another election".