President Donald Trump is, so far, not backing down from his proposed tariffs on Mexican imports, which are set to take effect June 10 — despite a skittish market response, warnings from economists about the impacts on American jobs, and a rare threat from Republican senators to block his plan. Meanwhile, challenger Sen. Elizabeth Warren has released her plan to increase jobs and incomes for some of the same working- and middle-class workers that could be hurt the most by tariffs — a move she has branded as "economic patriotism."

To discuss, Jim Braude was joined by Charlie Chieppo, senior fellow at the Pioneer Institute and former policy director for former Gov. Mitt Romney, and Dan Primack, business editor at Axios.