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Those Trump tariffs kept me awfully busy this past week – here’s a quick rundown of media-related developments:

Yesterday morning, I was interviewed on Akron, Ohio’s WAKR-AM on the new course apparently being taken in U.S. trade policy. I’ll post a link to any podcast that becomes available, but unfortunately, WAKR doesn’t present podcasts comprehensively.

Also yesterday, my analysis of the new U.S. manufacturing jobs numbers was cited in a post on the subject by Breitbart.com Economics and Finance Editor John Carney. Here’s the link.

On March 7, my views on senior White House economic aide Gary Cohn’s tariff-related resignation were quoted in this Washington Post article.

That same day, this Newsweek piece referenced my findings strongly indicating that many other U.S. trade partners have filling the vacuum that’s been left in the American market by tariffs that have kept out much Chinese steel – including by simply sending their imports from China stateside.

And also on March 7, Steel News featured coverage of my Monday CNBC appearance on the Trump tariffs. Here’s the link.

And keep checking in with RealityChek for news of upcoming media appearances and other events.