"Donald Trump is compromised here politically," "Morning Joe" co-host Joe Scarborough emphasized.
President Donald Trump wanted North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to know he "has a very friendly view" of him, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said.
"China has pretty much given up nothing in this deal."
President Donald Trump dropped his earpiece, saying, "I think I understood you better in your language than I did on this."
The president will hold a high-stakes meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping but has canceled his sit-down with Russia's Vladimir Putin.
The activists who own the angry-looking orange baby pledged to follow the U.S. president wherever he goes—and they have made good on that promise so far.
While Trump has routinely argued that the tariffs will encourage companies to bring jobs back to the U.S., many are simply looking for cheaper alternatives in other Asian nations.
Kremlin foreign policy aide Yuri Ushakov told reporters that Putin and Trump will meet on December 1 in Argentina, disregarding the president's suggestion that the meeting may be canceled.
More than 22,000 police and security agents are set to put the city on lockdown, with 33 protests against the summit planned.
The ARA San Juan was lost with 44 crew aboard.
"We really believe we are in a strong position either way. We are at $250 billion [in tariffs] now; we can more than double that," the vice president said.
"The Argentine Government is making a great effort to assist Aerolíneas Argentinas at this moment, whose numbers are in the red, as always in recent years," Minister of Transport Guillermo Dietrich said.
A bill to legalize abortion at up to 14 weeks was defeated earlier this month in Argentina.
Russia's envoy to Argentina said he had "information indicating that terrorists probably consider using Latin America for their criminal goals."
Twenty-six countries around the world ban abortion in all circumstances. In some cases, the Catholic church has exerted heavy influence to restrict the procedure.
"It's all rather unseemly, an embarrassing situation," said the local health secretary.
"The law of the fittest – this cannot be the future of global trade relations," French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said.
Previewing the opening match of the knockout stage of the 2018 World Cup.
Argentina's future at the World Cup is no longer in their own hands.
Extravagant handmade costumes can be found throughout the stands.
"In the Argentina against Iceland game we saw just how much Messi needed the warm-up game against Israel."