Donald Trump: US will 'probably' move some troops from Germany to Poland
President Trump reiterated his plan during a joint press conference with his Polish counterpart, Andrzej Duda, at the White House. Trump is annoyed over Germany's defense spending and its buying energy from Russia.
Three members of White House coronavirus task force self-isolate
Three top White House officials tasked with overseeing the US pandemic response have gone into quarantine after they were exposed to the deadly virus. The three had contact with an infected White House staffer.
Live and Let Die: Trump wears goggles but no mask at factory tour
President Donald Trump on Tuesday made his first major foray out of the White House since the coronavirus lockdown began, visiting a mask making factory in Arizona. The Guns N' Roses version of 'Live and Let Die' blared in the background as Trump toured the facility.
Jihadist kill 14 in Nigeria military base attack, IGP decries mix-up of security in political issues and more
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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.
US begins troop withdrawal from northeastern Syria ahead of Turkish military offensive
US troops began to withdraw from northeastern Syria on Monday, clearing the way for planned Turkish military operations. The White House had earlier announced that they would not support Turkey's offensive.
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.”