There are plenty of more useful things the president could be doing.
The details are still coming together, but here’s what it might all mean.
It’s been an eventful first week in office for President Trump, to put it mildly.
Will it be a smart one?
The plan’s No. 1 rule? Using American-made products.
On his first full day, the new president pulls the country from the trade deal's negotiations.
AAM’s Scott Paul: “It will take a concerted effort” to create jobs, but it’s doable.
Rep. Mike Bost builds GOP support in the House; Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown making push in Senate.
Buy America preferences help create jobs and keep taxpayer dollars in the United States.
The 44th president had successes -- and failures -- in manufacturing policy.
Read our letter to the president-elect.
Trump, as you might have heard, is rather skeptical of China.
North Carolina company relies on an extensive Made in America supply chain to make its products.
It’s the 16th trade enforcement challenge Obama launched against China at the WTO.
The president-elect has so far been pretty clear how he feels about government procurement.