The Kremlin has confirmed Monday that there was a strong dialogue, but within the diplomatic rules, between the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, and his American counterpart, Donald Trump, in Helsinki, commenting on recent statements by Trump. "I don't think they want to heal yet, I'll be honest", Trump said.
When Stahl told Trump she had considered the "impact' of him changing his mind and admitting, "There really is climate change, ' the president answered, "I'm not denying climate change".
China's ambassador to the US, Cui Tiankai, raised similar doubts about the relationship between the world's two largest economic powers.
In a recent interview with National Public Radio, Cui said the U.S. has "not sufficiently" dealt in good faith with the Chinese on trade matters, saying "the USA position keeps changing all the time so we don't know exactly what the United States would want as priorities".
China's ambassador to the US said Beijing has no choice but to respond to what he described as a trade war started by the U.S. "Give me a break", Trump said. You know what he sent?
Asked if Russian Federation interfered in the 2016 elections, which is being investigated by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Trump said: "They- they meddled". "He's the one who gave away part of Ukraine where Russian Federation has now submarines". "I don't think they're ready yet".
The US leader had been planning to hold a parade in Washington but criticised local politicians who he said were asking for too much money for the event.
SKorean climbers and 4 Nepalese guides missing in storm
The other South Korean climbers who died have been identified as Lee Jaehun, Rim Il-jin, Yoo Youngjik, and Jeong Joon-mo. The group, five South Koreans and their four Nepali guides, were trying to ascend Mount Gurja, a 7,193m (23,599ft) peak.
Asked if the U.S. and China were on the brink of a "cold war", Kudlow told Fox he had been "very involved in the trade talks with China".
"I have been (harsh) - you don't know what I talked about with Putin in the meeting prior to the press conference". In poisonings?" Though he did not expand on her claims, Trump: "Probably he is, yeah.
"60 Minutes's" Lesley Stahl interviewed Trump, marking an undeniable get; he'd been scarce on mainstream media since around the time he appeared on tape with NBC's Lester Holt and indicated he'd fired former FBI Director James Comey in part due to the Russian Federation investigation. "I never knew how dishonest".
"Fox & Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt told viewers, "people - many Republicans thought it was disrespectful and obnoxious", referring to "60 Minutes" veteran journalist Leslie Stahl asking actually questions of the President of the United States, and expecting actual answers. "I felt it in this interview", she said. "There's a good mutual understanding and good working relationship between the two".
"He may leave", Trump said of Mattis.
With regard to China, the president said that there "might" be more tariffs in the future, before saying that he doesn't want to push the Chinese economy into depression.
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