Jennifer Jacobs, BloombergQuint

Jennifer Jacobs

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Iowa, United States

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Past articles by Jennifer:

Trump Ousts Bolton After Dispute Over Negotiating With Taliban

President Donald Trump ousted National Security Adviser John Bolton because he “disagreed strongly” with many of his positions, ending a tumultuous tenure marked by several setbacks in U.S. foreign policy. → Read More

Trump Clarifies on Trade Regrets: Tariffs Should Be Higher

(Bloomberg) -- Donald Trump says he has had second thoughts on escalating the trade war with China, a rare expression of regret from a president prone to doubling down on his tactics. Trump, during a meeting with U.K. → Read More

Trump Raises Tariffs on China as Frustration Mounts Ahead of G-7

(Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump took another step toward escalating his trade wars with China and away from a deal to resolve frictions on Friday, announcing a wave of higher tariffs even as he prepared to set off for a gathering of world leaders. → Read More

Trump Says Apple’s Cook Concerned About Losing Edge to Samsung With Tariffs

President Donald Trump said Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook voiced concerns about chief competitor Samsung Electronics getting an edge because its products, unlike Apple’s, won’t be subject to tariffs when imported by the U.S. → Read More

Trump’s Angry at Twitter, But Not Enough to Quit Tweeting

Donald Trump’s frustration with social media companies including Twitter Inc. only goes so far: aides say he has no intention, at least right now, to stop tweeting. → Read More

Trump Finds a Trade Fight He Doesn't Like in Uranium Imports

President Donald Trump has found a trade fight he doesn’t like. After disrupting global markets by imposing tariffs on steel, hundreds of billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods and even washing machines and solar panels, Trump has decided against putting a cap on uranium imports, at least for now. → Read More

Trump Sees ‘Positive’ Trade Talks With Abe, Modi: G-20 Update

The world’s most powerful leaders are gathering in Japan for meetings that may set the direction for the global economy and make the difference between war and peace in geopolitical hotspots. → Read More

Trump, Xi May Agree to Formally Reopen Trade Talks at G-20

President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping may agree to reopen trade talks during the Group of 20 summit later this week in Japan, according to a senior administration official. → Read More

Trump Announces Re-Election Bid in Grievance-Filled Speech

President Donald Trump officially announced his campaign for re-election on Tuesday, delivering a speech thick with grievance in which he warned of a dark future for America if his opponents win in 2020. → Read More

Linda McMahon to Leave Trump Administration for Campaign

Linda McMahon will step down from leading the Small Business Administration to help raise money for President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign. → Read More

Trump Says ‘Let People See’ Mueller’s Report When It’s Released

President Donald Trump indicated he wants Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report made public after it’s submitted to Attorney General William Barr. → Read More

Trump Says He’ll Nominate Kelly Craft as UN Ambassador

President Donald Trump said he intends to nominate Kelly Craft to be his ambassador to the United Nations, filling a marquee diplomatic post that’s been vacant since the end of 2018. → Read More

Trump to Meet With China's Trade Chief Liu He on Friday

President Donald Trump will meet with China’s top trade negotiator Friday afternoon in Washington as the U.S. tries to forge a preliminary deal with its biggest economic rival before tariffs on some Chinese imports more than double next month. → Read More

Trump Poised to Name Jeffrey Rosen as Deputy Attorney General

Rosen, now deputy secretary of the U.S. Transportation Department, would replace Rod Rosenstein, who oversaw the investigation led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. → Read More

Trump Considers Powell, Craft, Grenell, James for UN Job

President Donald Trump is considering four people to be his next UN ambassador: Goldman Sachs Group Inc. partner Dina Powell, the current ambassadors to Canada and Germany, Kelly Craft and Richard Grenell, and John James, a former Republican U.S. Senate candidate from Michigan, according to people familiar with the matter. → Read More

Trump Wants Trade Deal With China to Boost Stocks, Sources Say

President Donald Trump is increasingly eager to strike a deal with China soon in an effort to perk up financial markets that have slumped on concerns over the trade war, according to people familiar with internal White House deliberations. Talks between mid-level U.S. → Read More

Trump Sees Winning Hand as Critics See Presidency Spiraling Down

Donald Trump is coming off one of his roughest weeks as president, at least in his critics’ eyes -- instigating a government shutdown fight, provoking his defense chief’s resignation, abruptly pulling U.S. → Read More

Trump Discusses Firing Fed's Powell After Latest Rate Hike, Sources Say

(Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump has discussed firing Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell as his frustration with the central bank chief intensified following this week’s interest-rate increase and months of stock-market losses, according to four people familiar with the matter. → Read More

Trump Discusses Firing Fed's Powell After Latest Rate Hike, Sources Say

(Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump has discussed firing Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell as his frustration with the central bank chief intensified following this week's interest-rate increase and months of stock-market losses, according to four people familiar with the matter. Advisers close to Trump aren't convinced he would move against Powell and are hoping that the president's… → Read More

Trump's Interior Chief to Step Down as Pressure Mounts From Ethics Inquiries

(Bloomberg) -- Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will leave the Trump administration at the end of the year amid a swirl of federal investigations into his travel, political activity and potential conflicts of interest. President Donald Trump announced the secretary's impending departure on Twitter, without providing a rationale, following a Bloomberg News report that Zinke planned to quit on… → Read More