Trump begins 2020 US presidential election campaign with Florida rally
The president talked tariffs and his former rivals in his first official rally for the 2020 election. He used the speech to position himself as a Washington outsider, two and half years into his presidential term.
Sanders says she couldn't be more proud to have served Trump
President Donald Trump and White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders speak at a news conference about Sanders' decision to leave the Trump administration.
Deal or no deal, US needs Mexicans
Trump has used tariffs as a stick to threaten the US's trading partners into submission, as in his spat with Mexico. But if the US cuts immigration from its southern neighbors, who will do the jobs Americans don't want?
Migrants keep trying to reach the US despite Trump's tariffs threat
Central American migrants continue to cross the border between Guatemala and Mexico in hopes of reaching the United States, as President Donald Trump threatens tariffs over migration.
Leaders pay respects to D-Day soldiers in Portsmouth
About 300 D-Day veterans will attend a military event in Portsmouth to honor WWII troops who landed in Normandy 75 years ago. US President Donald Trump, Germany's Angela Merkel and other leaders will also pay respects.
Trump calls U.K. protests against him 'Fake News'
President Donald Trump says the mayor of London and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn are both "negative forces." He also says the protests staged against him in London are "fake news." Trump spoke at a press conference with U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May.
President Donald Trump begins U.K. State visit
Leslie Vinjamuri, head of U.S. and Americas programme at Chatham House, and Julian Chillingworth, chief investment officer at Rathbones, discuss President Donald Trump's three-day state visit to the U.K. They speak with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Trump calls London mayor stone cold loser as he lands in the UK
U.S. President Donald Trump renewed his verbal attacks on London Mayor Sadiq Khan on Monday, calling him a "stone-cold loser" after the mayor criticized the British government's decision to offer a state visit to Trump.