Donald Trump fought for years, unsuccessfully, to trademark his name in China. Just before the election, China switched its position. Ethics experts are wondering if China wants something in return from the now President of the United States.
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Here's a look back at some of the most memorable and controversial moments from presidential press conferences.
President Donald Trump delivers remarks at the Boeing plant in South Carolina.
The Senate confirmed Scott Pruitt to head the Environmental Protection Agency, an agency Republicans desperately want to rein in after what they charge was eight years of dangerous activism under the Obama administration that hurt businesses, jobs and the economy.
Immigrant workers across the US took to the streets to protest President Trump's immigration policies.
Alexander Acosta is President Trump's Labor Secretary pick. If confirmed, the lawyer will be the first Hispanic in Trump's cabinet.
Michigan has lost nearly 300,000 manufacturing jobs since 2000. Research pins a large portion of the job loss on automation, but these workers blame trade deals.
In a meeting with retail CEOs, the president promised less regulation and simpler taxes, while taking a jab at H&R Block.