WHEN US President Donald Trump sits down to do an interview, it's never short of noteworthy commentary and bombastic statements. Questions about, say, North Korea, tariffs on China, climate change, and NATO were met with long bursts of Trumpian verbiage, spilling out so fast they seemed barely able to be edited.
"It's been a while since we've seen Trump's rhetoric challenged in any significant way in a television interview", The Washington Post's Philip Bump said in an analysis of some of the questions asked and answers Trump gave during the interview.
Speaking on the Ukraine issue, Donald Trump boasted that he was the one who "gave Ukraine offensive weapons and tank killers". But I don't know that it's manmade, ' Trump said.
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Asked after his Putin comments whether he thought Moscow meddled in the 2016 presidential election, Trump said he didn't think it was just Russian Federation.
Cui added, "Honestly, I've been talking to ambassadors of other countries in Washington, D.C., and this is also part of their problem". "Probably. But I rely on them". He has also accused China of intellectual property theft.
In the October 14 segment that included some testy exchanges, network reporter Lesley Stahl sat down with Trump for her third such interview with him. The one-on-one meeting between the leaders lasted for more than two hours.
Ever since he took over the administration, Trump said the U.S. has become the strongest country economically.
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Britain only wants it in place for a limited time, but Coveney said that "a backstop can not be time limited". The Northern Ireland "backstop" has emerged as the main stumbling block in the Brexit negotiations.
Around the middle point of the segment, Stahl pressed Trump on whether he would "pledge" not to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, who, for more than a year, has headed a probe into allegations of collusion between the Trump presidential campaign and Russian Federation to influence the 2016 election.
Trump said he was not trying to push China into an economic depression. "Sure. I know all these things".
However, he said: "As for the manner of the conversation-if he went beyond diplomatic politeness-well, he did not".
Trump announced three weeks ago that he was levying a new round of tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods, prompting China to respond by imposing tariffs on $60 billion of American imports. Politico said this month he was implementing "a clear but ultra high-risk battle plan to smash China".
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In addition, he stepped down as chairman of United Kingdom -based satellite TV operator Sky following its sale to Comcast. The stock has sold off more recently in no small part thanks to Musk's tweets in August about taking the company private.
"There's a good, mutual understanding and a good working relationship between the two".