As political theater, the threat last week from the Trump administration that it would pull the United States out of the North American Free Trade Agreement effectively enhanced the White House story line.
WASHINGTON — In a meeting at the White House with business leaders two weeks into his presidency, Donald J. Trump turned to Jamie Dimon, the chief executive of JPMorgan Chase. Aren’t the Chinese manipulating their currency? Mr. Trump asked, according to two people who were there.
Tom Blankenship is an American rock musician. He currently plays bass guitar for the Louisville, Kentucky band My Morning Jacket. In 2012, Blankenship wrote an article on My Morning Jacket, discussing the band and growing up in Louisville, for the July issue of Louisville Magazine.
In his first 100 days as president, Donald J. Trump may have found much of his agenda stymied, like a health care overhaul and a hotly contested immigration order. But he can at least point to the biggest stock market rise of any president since the 1980s.