It's the first major showdown between the president and Senate Republicans.
The former vice president is under attack on trade from two trade populists: President Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders
"I have determined that India has not assured the United States that it will provide equitable and reasonable access to the markets of India.”
Beijing is standing behind one of its most prestigious companies and urged Washington to “stop the unreasonable crackdown.”
"Apple will be a hot target for China to get back at the U.S. and will be used as a leverage point.”
“Trade is not a weapon, it cannot be used for war, it should be a propeller for peace," said founder Jack Ma.
Consumers might not notice higher prices at first, but farmers and car manufacturers would be hurt in major ways.
Republicans don't like tariffs, but they like pushing back against the president even less.
The tariffs from both sides will come into force on Aug. 23
"I have beaten them at every turn"
"Rather than address our legitimate concerns, China has begun to retaliate against US products."
In a few sentences, Trump managed to mock Canadian identity, Justin Trudeau, and even ‘O Canada.’