• February 23, 2020
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E.U. Not Pleased With U.S. Iran Sanctions

Tough days ahead for the U.S.-Iran relationship! The sanctions set by the U.S. are now in effect. However, world-wide support did not come to America today. Instead the E.U. decided to back Iran on the issue. Today Nathalie Tocci, an aide to E.U. foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini made things very clear. If Europe based […]

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U.S. and E.U. Back on “Speaking Terms”

The biggest thing we can take away from the recent meeting between the U.S. and E.U. is this: No tariffs! That was essentially the primary agreement between both sides. After days of real uncertainty and a lot of complaints on both sides, an agreement was finalized in a matter of hours. In spite of the […]

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E.U. Hits Google With New Record Fine

The E.U. Competition Committee has announced a new, record fine against tech giant Google. This new fine will be worth nearly 5 billion dollars. It was set because according to the committee, Google continues to break many of its rules. The issues are mainly with the way it handles business with cell phone manufacturers. Anyone […]

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U.S. – U.K. Ready For New Trade Deal

Amid protests and fake news, President Trump and his family arrived in the U.K. for very productive encounters with British officials. The President and the first lady were hosted by Queen Elizabeth in Windsor Castle where the president described the Queen as an extraordinary lady. Of course, the trip was not all pomp and tea. […]

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Could The U.S. & U.K. Split?

After a successful, yet bumpy NATO meeting the president is now in the U.K. for a couple of days in which he will meet with Prime Minister Theresa May and what still remains of her government. Over the past week, this visit has become the most unpredictable of all the encounters scheduled on the trip. […]

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Trump Starts NATO Meeting With A Bang

President Trump wasted no time in getting his first point across during the NATO meeting. During the morning breakfast, originally intended to be an informal meeting, the president wasted no time getting his point across. The Germans are making business deals with Russia and yet use U.S. protection to defend against Russia! The President thinks […]

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Trudeau vs Trump Showdown Iminent

One of the hot topics in the ongoing NATO summit is the U.S.- Canada relationship. Canadian Prime Minister has toughened up his tone with President Donald Trump as he feels that the U.S. is using its position to push Canada around. Trudeau is reportedly planning to decrease Canada’s military budget. Meanwhile President Trump is urging […]

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Europe and Canada Toughen Up In Trade War Tariffs

The Trump staff has had a very busy morning this Monday, dealing with a multitude of issues on the home front. A couple of international issues also managed to grab the headlines, though. Canada has already announced which U.S. products they will be slapping tariffs on. On that front, Canada will impose a 25% tax […]

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Trump-Putin Summit Set in Finland

As we reported yesterday the White House made the official announcement that President Trump and President Putin will meet. The summit will take place on the 16th of July on neutral ground in Helsinki, Finland. The meeting will be added to Trump’s very busy agenda on his upcoming trip overseas in which he will attend […]

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Harley Davidson Suffering From The E.U.- US Trade War

The quintessential all-American brand is becoming a little bit less American. Harley Davidson Motorcycles has announced that they will shift production of their motorcycles for the European market overseas mainly due to the retaliatory tariffs that the E.U. is imposing on American made products. The Milwaukee based company is set to have a cost increase […]

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