The 2010s has seen a dramatic rise in nationalist rhetoric and leaders across the globe, damaging the fabric of international trade and cooperation that brought increased prosperity worldwide for so long. In order to fix this damage, world leaders must ensure that no one is left behind by globalization.
President Trump has caused quite a stir in the headlines recently due to enacting tariffs on numerous countries abroad. This has resulted in many Americans, both Republicans and Democrats to question why the president has this Authority in the first place. This article seeks to explore the president's power to enact tariffs and what Congress can do about it.