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Trump Campaign Manager Won’t Say If President Believes Putin

Trump Campaign Manager Won’t Say If President Believes Putin

Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign manager declined to say whether the president believes Vladimir Putin was involved in Russian interference in the 2016 election, adding to the confusion from Trump’s team
Parscale Says Trump Campaign Did Not Collude With Any Foreign Entity

Parscale Says Trump Campaign Did Not Collude With Any Foreign Entity

Brad Parscale, President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign manager, discusses President Trump's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on "Bloomberg
Trump Campaign Manager Sees 'Significant' Bias in Facebook, Twitter

Trump Campaign Manager Sees 'Significant' Bias in Facebook, Twitter

Brad Parscale, President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign manager, discusses his views on social media with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
U.S. Plans Uranium Import Probe That May Lead to Tariffs

U.S. Plans Uranium Import Probe That May Lead to Tariffs

The Trump administration plans to open an investigation into whether uranium imports are harming national security, a move that could lead to tariffs on foreign shipments of the metal, said three
Trump Campaign Manager Says Facebook, Twitter Are Inherently Biased

Trump Campaign Manager Says Facebook, Twitter Are Inherently Biased

Brad Parscale, President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign manager, discusses his strategy for the 2020 presidential election and his views on social media. He speaks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on
Treasury Struggles With House GOP on Foreign Investments

Treasury Struggles With House GOP on Foreign Investments

Republican lawmakers and the Treasury Department are struggling to reach agreement on legislation to bolster national security reviews of foreign investments, which could upend President Donald
G-20 Draft Statement Is on Track to Show Consensus After G-7 Fiasco

G-20 Draft Statement Is on Track to Show Consensus After G-7 Fiasco

Initial efforts to produce a consensus G-20 communique are on track and have faced no meaningful opposition from the U.S., according to a person with direct knowledge of the issue.
Sen. Rounds Says He Disagrees With Trump's Approach to Russia

Sen. Rounds Says He Disagrees With Trump's Approach to Russia

Sen. Mike Rounds, a South Dakota Republican, discusses President Donald Trump's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. He speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Lisa Abramowicz on "Bloomberg
Trump Says He Accepts Intelligence Conclusion on Russian Meddling

Trump Says He Accepts Intelligence Conclusion on Russian Meddling

President Donald Trump discusses his meeting and news conference on Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin. (Source: Bloomberg)
Mueller Asks Manafort Judge to Immunize Five Witnesses

Mueller Asks Manafort Judge to Immunize Five Witnesses

Special Counsel Robert Mueller asked a judge to give immunity to five people who may testify at the bank-fraud trial starting next week against Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign
Putin Business Ally Says U.S. Firms Keen on Post-Summit Deal

Putin Business Ally Says U.S. Firms Keen on Post-Summit Deal

After the drama of President Donald Trump’s widely criticized news conference with President Vladimir Putin, one agreement the two leaders reached on the business front may go forward, according to
Trump Retreats and Says He Accepts U.S. Finding Russia Meddled

Trump Retreats and Says He Accepts U.S. Finding Russia Meddled

President Donald Trump said Tuesday he accepts the conclusion by U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia interfered in the U.S. presidential election, marking a rare retreat from comments just a day
EPA's New Chief Met California Regulator on Car Mileage Plan

EPA's New Chief Met California Regulator on Car Mileage Plan

California’s top air-quality official met with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new acting chief on Tuesday, the first meeting between two regulators who disagree over the Trump
San Franciscans Will Vote on Taxing Big Companies More to Help the Homeless

San Franciscans Will Vote on Taxing Big Companies More to Help the Homeless

San Francisco voters in November will decide whether to levy an additional tax on large businesses to fund homeless services, part of an expanding effort among West Coast cities to tap cash-flush
Trudeau Says Support at Home Makes Him Optimistic About Nafta Talks

Trudeau Says Support at Home Makes Him Optimistic About Nafta Talks

Justin Trudeau kept up his optimism for a renewal of Nafta, and praised Canadians for showing solidarity during tensions with the U.S.
May Fends Off Attempt to Keep EU Customs Union Option Open

May Fends Off Attempt to Keep EU Customs Union Option Open

Prime Minister Theresa May fended off an attempt by pro-European Conservative rebels to keep open the option of Britain entering into a customs union with the European Union after Brexit.
Here's One Commodity That Could Benefit From Trump's Trade War

Here's One Commodity That Could Benefit From Trump's Trade War

There’s at least one commodity that may benefit from Donald Trump’s trade war with China: nitrogen fertilizer.
Prayer, Guns Paved Path to GOP Influence for Accused Russian

Prayer, Guns Paved Path to GOP Influence for Accused Russian

As a Russian seeking to ingratiate herself in the U.S. political world, Mariia Butina zeroed in on two pillars of the conservative establishment: gun rights activists and religious groups.
NAACP Ends Travel Warning Against American Airlines for ‘Possible Racial Bias’

NAACP Ends Travel Warning Against American Airlines for ‘Possible Racial Bias’

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People lifted a travel advisory against American Airlines Group Inc., saying the carrier had responded with measures to address last year’s
EU Fights Urge to Fan Brexit Flames as Rebels Tear Into May

EU Fights Urge to Fan Brexit Flames as Rebels Tear Into May

European Union governments will probably resist further inflaming the U.K.’s Brexit turmoil when they meet on Friday by saying they believe talks can still make progress despite uncertainty over