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Trump swears everything is great with China trade deal — that still doesn’t exist

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After a scathing report from The Wall Street Journal on President Donald Trump’s problems negotiating with China, the president took to Twitter swearing everything is fine.

“We are right where we want to be with China, Trump tweeted Sunday. “Remember, they broke the deal with us & tried to renegotiate. We will be taking in Tens of Billions of Dollars in Tariffs from China. Buyers of product can make it themselves in the USA (ideal), or buy it from non-Tariffed countries. We will then spend (match or better) the money that China may no longer be spending with our Great Patriot Farmers (Agriculture), which is a small percentage of total Tariffs received, and distribute the food to starving people in nations around the world! GREAT! #MAGA”

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‘Democrats for Trump’ founder urges Trump to dump Pence or face defeat in 2020

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On Monday, "Democrats for Trump" founder Andrew Stein wrote a column in the Wall Street Journal urging President Donald Trump to dismiss Vice President Mike Pence from his re-election ticket and instead choose former South Carolina governor and U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley as his running mate.

"I mean no disrespect for Mr. Pence, who's loyally served the president and the nation," wrote Stein. "But he's given Mr. Trump the help he can." Haley, in his reckoning, "may win over some moderate, suburban women."

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2020 Election

Economic slowdown could complicate Trump’s re-election bid — but he might be able to escape consequences

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President Donald Trump has overseen a historic economic expansion -- which turns 10 years old next week -- but signs of a slowdown are on the horizon as he seeks a second term.

Weaker job growth, reduced manufacturing activity and hints that the Federal Reserve could cut interest rates all suggest a recession could complicate his re-election bid, especially if he continues pushing trade wars, reported Politico.

“The economy has been a tailwind for him, but by Election Day next year it will at best no longer be blowing,” said Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics. “There is a reasonable probability that he will be facing an economic headwind for re-election with growth slowing to the point that unemployment is starting to rise next year, though a lot depends on what he does with the trade wars and what the Fed does in response.”

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2020 Election

Biden shreds ‘divorced from reality’ Trump in blistering attack on his racism

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In an op-ed published in a Florida paper -- published in both English and Spanish -- former Vice President Joe Biden slammed Donald Trump as an out-and-out racist, saying he has used "racist invective to describe anyone south of the Rio Grande.”

In the piece, published in the Miami Herald, Biden bluntly began, "Last week gave us more evidence that President Trump’s morally bankrupt re-election strategy relies on vilifying immigrants to score political points while implementing policies that ensure asylum seekers and refugees keep arriving at our border."

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