President Trump said Friday he understands that there will be short-term pain from his China tariffs, but said he is more concerned with long-term strength,.
National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow defended President Donald Trump's institution of tariffs against Chinese goods, to which Beijing has responded in kind.
Fox Business Network's Charles Payne urged President Trump to explain to Americans his strategy behind what some have called a new "trade war" against China.
"Outnumbered" host Trish Regan suggested Monday that the United States renegotiate with China now after being slapped with more then $3 billion of surcharges on hundreds of U.S. imports.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is in China for Easter weekend, speaking with dignitaries in Beijing about her reservations regarding President Trump's actions on the world stage and collective concerns about Sino-American trade relations.
Republican National Committee spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany battled former Hillary Clinton campaign staffer Zac Petkanas Friday over President Trump's progress in North Korea denuclearization talks.
Washington Post columnist Marc Thiessen said Wednesday that in order for President Donald Trump to progress in his denuclearization talks with North Korea, he must look dictator Kim Jong Un "right in the eye and say 'I'm not like my predecessors."
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un met with Chinese President Xi Jinping on an "unofficial visit" to Beijing, China's state-run media reported late Tuesday.
"Clinton Cash" author Peter Schweizer has a new book that exposes alleged corruption among the political elite in Washington, D.C.
Columnist Tom Rogan argued that President Trump's plan to impose tariffs on aluminum and steel imports is a bad idea, but at least it will annoy China and could help bring North Korea to the negotiation table.
Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer [Ret.] said the latest North Korean missile test appeared to be partially meant to "poke [China] in the eye."
President Trump ripped the respective top House and Senate Democrats for reneging on a meeting with him, Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis.