The Hill reports:
President Trump will impose 25-percent tariffs on certain E.U. agricultural exports and 10-percent tariffs on European-brand aircraft on Oct. 18, the White House announced Wednesday.
A senior administration official told reporters during Wednesday briefing that the full list of European goods subject to tariffs will be released as soon as this evening by the White House Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.
Trump is likely to impose tariffs on a slew of EU products, including cheeses, wines and other iconic food exports. The president is also considering tariffs of up to 25 percent on foreign automobiles and auto parts, which experts say could be devastating for Europe.