Putin probably involved in assassinations, poisonings, but not in US
- Author: Leroy Wright Oct 17, 2018,
Oct 17, 2018, 10:44
Also, he claimed that he is very tough with Putin personally.
In the interview, Trump said he is unsure whether Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will leave the administration and described him as "sort of a Democrat", amid reports of friction between the two.
But it's the investigation of Russia's intervention in the 2016 election that hangs over his presidency and caused a rift with his Attorney General Jeff Sessions, because he recused himself from the inquiry.
"You think I'd call Russian Federation and ask them to help me to help with the elections? And I think other countries ..."
"But I rely on them, it's not in our country", he added.
China and the U.S. are entangled in an ongoing trade war with Washington imposing $250 billion in tariffs.
'It played right into their hands, because if they want to sow, they use the word 'sow chaos, ' sow chaos, they got it [for] nothing.
Trump on 60 Minutes: Lesley Stahl tells Trump: "I wish you could go to Greenland, watch these huge chunks of ice just falling into the ocean, raising the sea levels". "I hope, and I'm sure, this will continue", Cui said. "To call Russia! Ridiculous", said Donald trump. "There are people like me who want to do this for national security, like me, fine".
"I want them to negotiate a fair deal with us". I don't think they wanna be healed. He may leave. I mean, at some point, everybody leaves. He also said China agrees with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un's view that denuclearization of the Korean peninsula should be done "step by step in a coordinated fashion".
Do you really think I'd call Russian Federation to help me with an election? I was nice to him.
"Many people thought it made him look better because he did answer everything correctly", she claimed, albeit falsely. "I know these things". "He hasn't told me that". He has also accused China of intellectual property theft. Late in the interview, Stahl asked Trump what had been "the biggest surprise" and what he had learned as President, a question unworthy of the occasion and of time that might have been spent fleshing out answers elsewhere.
According to London, former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal, who had been convicted in Russia of spying for Great Britain and later swapped for Russian intelligence officers, and his daughter Yulia suffered the effects of an alleged nerve agent in the British city of Salisbury on March 4.