The Barrett Brief – Trade Wars Heats Up as Democratic Debates Cool Down

Written by on 08/29/2019

Trade Wars Heats Up as Democratic Debates Cool Down

Here is what is happening today in the Brief. First, Reuters is reporting that as Trade Wars heat up  with China. In time, the latest escalation of the trade war between the world’s two largest economies. The move came hours after China had unveiled retaliatory tariffs on $75-billion worth of U.S. goods.

Second, NPR is reporting Democrats are narrowing down the debate field. Since stricter qualification rules from the DNC required candidates to hit both polling and fundraising benchmarks. In a moment, Kirsten Gillibrand drops out and Tulis Gabbard is kept out for different reasons. 

Third, has a survey out showing that Americans’ Satisfaction With U.S. Education at 15-Year Highs. 51% of U.S. adults are satisfied with quality of U.S. K-12 education. At this instant, Current satisfaction is highest since 2004. 

Also, an article from the Atlantic about why big movie chains won’t show Martin Scorsese’s Netflix epic. Presently, major companies such as AMC and Regal Theatres reportedly aren’t screening The Irishman, continuing a standoff with the streaming-service behemoth.

-Finally, “You Gotta Be Kiddin Me” takes us to New Hampshire. Where we the woman of our story embodies the phrase “Live Free or Die”. 

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