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President Trump addresses trade with China, while talking with journalists in the White house.
President Trump told reporters in front of the White house on Thursday that he hopes that the attendees at his evening rally in Cincinnati to sing about the sending of members of Congress in their home countries to send back-but added that the situation could be beyond his control.
Last month, a trump rally in North Carolina, it led to a “send” chant is directed at Minnesota Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar. Trump, he said the next day does not agree with the singing and was not “satisfied.”
“I don’t know that you can stop people, said the” Trump. “We will see what we can do. I know that you would prefer. But if they do, we have to make a decision, then.”
“I don’t know that you stop people.”
President Trump on ‘send your back” chants
Even Trump’s closest advisers seemed unsure what was happening.
“If it happens again, he might try to talk about it,” Vice President Mike Pence said recently.
Republicans-Rep. Steve Chabot, who represents a Cincinnati-area district, said on Wednesday he hopes to avoid the crowd that such chants this time, and he thinks that Trump will respond faster, if it is not going to happen.
“I would advise the audience of something, uncalled for, and I think he said something like that would be inappropriate,” Chabot said. “I hope that the President would be the silence of the mass, and say: ‘Hey, do this, there is no place for it. It’s not helpful, it is right.'”
In other remarks, Trump the “fake news” is not proposed to report on the news that a Bill Clinton who had been appointed a Federal judge of a lawsuit by the Democratic National Committee (DNC), against the most important members of the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks DNC hacked documents.
Judge John Koeltl, sitting in the Southern district of New York, wrote in an 81-page opinion on Tuesday, the DNC, the argument is “completely divorced” from the factual record in the case.
The judge said the defendants “not to any misconduct in the procurement of the materials in the first place,” and therefore bore no liability for the dissemination of information.
Trump also commented on news of short-range missile Tests by North Korea, said he was not worried.
“Short-range missiles, we will never have an agreement. I have no problem with that. We’ll see what happens. But these are short-range missiles, they are very standard,” Trump said.
Turning to Wednesday night’s debate of the Democratic presidential candidates, Trump suggested it is a kind of Pyrrhic victory for Vice President was Joe Biden.
“I think Biden OK have said,” Trump, referring to Biden. “He came through with a limp, but he got through it.”Mr Biden, the democratic frontrunner in the polls, was again the target of attacks from several challengers on the debate stage.
Biden ended the debate, by the exhibition is visited by a pesky call for Fans of the “Joe 30330” — leads to confusion, whether the former vide president of promoting a website, text messaging number, or even the next Millennium.
Trump said Sen. Kamala Harris, of California, on the other hand, “had a bad night.”
TRUMP ANNOUNCES SIGNIFICANT NEW TARIFFS ON $300B IN CHINESE GOODS
Earlier Thursday, Trump announced a new round of the 10-percent tariffs on China, after the US representatives home from meeting with the delegation in Shanghai. The news sent the stock markets tumbling.
“If you don’t want to trade with us, that would be fine with me,” Trump told reporters. “It would save a lot of money.”
The President said China decided to renegotiate the business prior to the signing, and had agreed to buy more agricultural products from the United States – but not yet done.
The USA already has 25 percent tariffs on $ 250 billion worth of Chinese goods. The new round of tariffs is expected to be with effect from Sept. 1. The President has already on Twitter, that this round of tariffs could hit large US companies such as Apple.
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It is expected that US trade representative Robert Lighthizer come up with a list of items that are subject to tariffs.
Fox Business’ Brittany De Lea, Edward Lawrence, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.