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Trump’s TikTok Ban Is Great News: Here’s Why

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Dow Dives as Trump’s Anti-China Rhetoric Spooks a Shaky Stock Market

The Dow Jones fell sharply to end the week as U.S. tensions with China continued to mount. Donald Trump is weighing additional tariffs, plus a resumption of the trade war. Unfortunately for Dow bulls, the stock market is not as strong as it was during the last phase of the trade dispute. The Dow Jones…

Trump’s Impatience Could Trap You in a Stock Market Tailspin

President Trump is once again talking about reopening the U.S. economy. But CNBC commentator Josh Brown is worried this could ignite a sell-off. Do investors need to fear another stock market crash? Donald Trump is aggressively pushing to reopen portions of the U.S. economy as early as May 1. That’s seemingly bullish for the stock…

Trump’s Impossible Island is Now Coronavirus-Free

All 11 coronavirus patients in Greenland have fully recovered. No other affected country or territory in the world has managed this feat since the COVID-19 illness emerged. About eight months ago, Trump wanted to purchase Greenland but was rebuffed by the Arctic island’s leaders and Denmark. It was eight months ago when President Donald Trump…

Trump’s Coronavirus Response Isn’t Precaution, It’s Economic Terrorism

Trump’s COVID-19 response is an abrupt, radical reorganization of our society into a war economy. But there’s not an actual war happening. While Trump calls coronavirus “the invisible enemy,” the dangers of a nationwide standstill to Americans’ freedom and well-being multiply. Singapore and South Korea have contained coronavirus better than Italy without lockdowns. But the…

Trump’s Bumbling Coronavirus Rhetoric Will Reignite U.S.-China Trade War

Donald Trump angered China by referring to the coronavirus as the “Chinese Virus” in a tweet. The war of words over the coronavirus risks cutting off diplomacy at a time when China may need to renegotiate its side of January’s trade agreement. Ultimately, the Trump administration’s rhetoric risks pushing U.S.-China trade negotiations into a more…