The trade war rages on, and it's about to hit U.S. consumers in the wallet.
US consumers will pay a total of $840 million more for consoles than they would without Chinese tariffs, the companies warn.
One analysis predicts the tariffs will cost 400,000 jobs, and his own party is considering a mutiny.
It's the first major showdown between the president and Senate Republicans.
Lawmakers are increasingly concerned that Trump's tariffs on Mexican goods would amount to a tax on U.S. consumers and businesses.
The former vice president is under attack on trade from two trade populists: President Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders
The Trump administration is set to impose massive tariffs on Chinese goods previously spared by the long-simmering trade war.
"I get along with him great," Trump said Tuesday.
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"Relations with China have taken a BIG leap forward!"
Republicans don't like tariffs, but they like pushing back against the president even less.