- Gary Cohn and other White House officials are trying to convince President Donald Trump to soften his new tariffs.
- Cohn helped schedule a meeting between Trump and business executives whose companies will be hurt by the new tax on steel and aluminum imports.
A group of White House advisers is making a list-ditch effort to blunt the impact of President Donald Trump’s newly announced steel and aluminum tariffs.
Gary Cohn, the director of the National Economic Council and former Goldman Sachs executive, along with a group of officials in the White House and Treasury Department are attempting to convince Trump to reconsider the tariffs according to a new report from Politico’s Ben White, Andrew Restuccia, and Nancy Cook.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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