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Steven Mnuchin did not repeat his promise that there will be “no absolute tax cut for the upper class.”
Two leading chief investment strategists tell CNBC that Trump’s promised pro-growth agenda should help drive the stock market even higher.
Americans should stop expecting a different President Donald Trump than candidate Trump, the former Obama and Clinton aide tells CNBC.
Trump has to choose a replacement for Andy Puzder amid a slog to confirm his other Cabinet nominees.
Donald Trump touted tax reform and gave markets a boost, but the process could still take longer than many hope.
Trump argued that the United States is “at risk” after the suspension of his divisive executive order on immigration.
Trump’s administration is appealing a temporary suspension of the executive order.
The president’s tough stance against Mexico could make it easier for China to become the country’s, and Latin America’s, top trade partner.
Elon Musk said the meeting with Trump’s CEO council could feature suggestions to change the president’s immigration policy.
Harley Davidson, set for a White House meeting, is at the center of this debate over high-skilled immigration.
Armed conflict between the U.S. and China in the near future are ‘not just slogans’, an official in China’s People’s Liberation Army wrote.
Trump’s order aims to revoke two regulations for every new one put forward.
Some corporate chiefs are staying quiet in the face of Trump’s travel ban for fear of retribution, CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin says.
Free market economists sharply criticized Donald Trump’s executive action to pave the way for made-in-America rules in the energy industry.
One week in, the hard political labor all lies ahead for Donald Trump — with the president himself making it harder.