In Trump’s era, the United States is bound to embrace Putin’s Russia, while simultaneously severing its ties with China. In an interesting pattern, India enjoys an amicable relationship with Russia and the United States, while having a difficult relationship with China.
One of his major campaign promises, Trump alleged that Obamacare is a complete and total disaster.
Donald Trump also warned of hardline if he had a falling out with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Donald Trump says handing over management control, stopping international deals and appointing a watchdog of sorts to monitor conflicts is enough
“Given that members of Donald Trump’s transition team have so vocally criticized our reporting, we encourage them to identify, specifically, what they believe to be inaccurate,” CNN said in a statement.
Trump was referring to a dossier that contained unproven information about close coordination between Trump’s inner circle and Russians, including details about Russian hacking into Democratic accounts.
Everything he said during the campaign, especially repealing Obamacare, is coming true.
Trump dismissed as “nonsense” the media claims that Russia has compromising information on him, saying the allegations may have been leaked by US intelligence agencies and it would be a “tremendous blot” on their record if they did that.
Trump described unverified dossier on his ties to Russia as “fake news” and “phony stuff” crafted by “sick people”.
Asked to respond to the prospect of new US sanctions affecting Russia’s oil and gas sector, Peskov said such measures, if they happened, would damage Russia, bilateral ties, and the global economy.
The president-elect’s transition team has refrained from commenting on the issue, but Donald Trump tweeted late Tuesday night calling the “fake” news reports a “total political witch hunt”.
In her last public appearance, an event last month thanking campaign donors, Clinton blamed Russian interference for her defeat in the presidential race.
Trump during the 2016 election campaign put forth general principles for health reform, such as removing the mandate that all Americans have insurance or pay a tax and expanding the use of tax-free health savings accounts, but he did not release a full plan.
Kathleen Clark, a law professor at Washington University in St. Louis, said her analysis of the anti-nepotism statute signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson is that is does apply to the White House.
Trump, who is known for his wish-washy and flippant stance on several issues has constantly berated the media.