Trump says China, EU manipulate their currencies: Reuters
President Trump is said to be accusing China and the EU of manipulating their currencies.
Trump says U.S. won't pay Turkey for Pastor's release
Donald Trump is once again turning the heat on Turkey with the detention of an American pastor. He has tweeted the United States will pay nothing for the release of an innocent man after the White House confirmed it has prepared to impose more sanctions.
UN Palestinian refugee agency funding crisis deepens
At the beginning of 2018, US President Donald Trump cut funding for the United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees, UNWRA, which helps some 5 million Palestinians. DW's Tania Krämer went to Hamas-controlled Gaza, where UN employees are on strike.
Kushners give up control of NYC tower to ease $1.2 billion loan issue
The family firm of President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner will no longer face a $1.2 billion debt payment after giving up control of the New York tower meant to be their crown jewel.
Trump floats idea of government shut down over wall funding
President Donald Trump tweeted on Sunday that he would be willing to shut down the government over border-wall funding.
Trump to provide $12 billion in aid to farmers to ease trade pain
The Trump administration on Tuesday said it would provide up to $12 billion in aid for U.S. farmers to shield them from the repercussions felt by trade spats between the United States and China, the European Union and others.
U.S.-Iran tensions rise amid Trump's war of words with Rouhani
U.S. President Donald Trump launched a new broadside against Iran, warning of unspecified “consequences” if counterpart Hassan Rouhani continues threatening America.
Trump tells Iran 'never, ever threaten' U.S. or suffer consequences
U.S. President Donald Trump told Iran it risked consequences “the like of which few throughout history have suffered before” if the Islamic Republic made more threats against the United States.
Trump uses release of record to renew claims on Russia probe
President Donald Trump used the release of a surveillance application on an adviser during his 2016 campaign to renew his claims of a “rigged” FBI investigation, even as Republican Senator Marco Rubio, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said the request to a foreign intelligence court was legitimate.