[A] potential tariff on the automobile sector puts many historic U.S. partners in the spotlight.
[R]arely has anyone exploited the power of the currency to the degree Trump is doing. 'Donald Trump has turned the dollar into a weapon.'
In his country, which he wants to emancipate from the chains of environmental politics and renewables, one year after the Paris exodus, a spirit of ecological optimism prevails, which to Trump supporters must seem like a governmental failure.
German industries are warning that U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum will cause a chain reaction.
It's always just me, me, me. Trump's crude view of the world, his image of an America that has allegedly been exploited and fleeced for years, follows from this conceit.