US President Trump refuses to take part in impeachment hearing
The White House has told the Judiciary Committee that "we do not intend to participate in your Wednesday hearing." However, the Trump administration has not entirely dismissed the prospect of future involvement.
Trump voices optimism over US-China trade talks
US President Donald Trump spoke of "very, very good negotiations with China" after a day of trade talks at the White House on Thursday. But experts say the most one can hope for is token concessions.
White House weighing limits on U.S. portfolio flows into China
Trump administration officials are reportedly discussing ways to limit U.S. portfolio flows into China. Bloomberg's Brendan Murray reports on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."
U.S. urges immediate Syria cease-fire as it sanctions Turkey
President Trump has called on Turkey for an immediate cease-fire in Syria. The White House announced sanctions on three senior Turkish officials and hiked steel tariffs on the country. Bloomberg’s Simin Demokan reports on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”
Trump lashes out at Democrats, news Media as inquiry intensifies
President Trump lashes out at Democrats and the news media over the impeachment inquiry in a heated press conference at the White House. The president defended his conversation with the Ukrainian leader and accused House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff of committing treason. Bloomberg’s Derek Wallbank reports on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”
Trump and FIFA President Gianni Infantino meet on 2026 World Cup and women players equity
FIFA boss Gianni Infantino met with President Trump at the White House on Monday to discuss preparations for the 2026 World Cup as well as bringing equality to the women's game.
U.S. holds off on Huawei licenses
The White House is holding off on a decision about licenses for American companies to restart business with Huawei Technologies Co. after China said it was halting purchases of U.S. farming goods, according to people familiar with the matter. Bloomberg's Greg Sullivan reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
U.S. holds off on Huawei licenses, Huawei builds own Operating System6
The White House is holding off on a decision about licenses for U.S. companies to restart a business with Huawei Technologies Co. after Beijing said it was halting purchases of U.S. farming goods, according to people familiar with the matter. Huawei is also offering the first glimpse of in-house software that may someday replace Google’s Android. Bloomberg's Selina Wang has the story.
Trump to visit El Paso, Dayton after mass shootings
The US president has been accused of stoking the racist sentiment that led to the attacks with his divisive rhetoric. But the White House claims it's not Trump's fault "when somebody acts out their evil intention."
Former White House deputy chief of staff on the democratic debates
Jim Messina, Democratic strategist who served as the White House Deputy Chief of Staff Under President Obama and the Obama 2012 campaign manager, discusses the Democratic debates. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."