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President Trump responds to a question about Russia to deny that they have agreed to bring the armed forces of Venezuela.
President Trump told reporters that he was “ultimately … always right” Wednesday during a press conference with the President of Poland, Andrzej Duda, and also as the press, “suspicious.”
Trump was asked about remarks he made about the possibility of a Russian troop withdrawal from Venezuela and said the country is falling apart because of his socialist policies.
“Venezuela is obviously in motion, it is doing incredibly bad,” Trump told reporters in the Oval Office. “That was … one of the richest countries, had a lot of oil, big everything. It just shows that if you have a bad system, it was to a socialist system, or even worse, and now people do not have to eat, you must not with water, you have nothing. It is a very sad thing. We will see how Venezuela very closely.”
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Trump was then asked why he sent a tweet about Russia’s possible withdrawal of troops, despite their claims to the contrary. The President remained confident he would be proven to be correct, and said that he always factual disputes with the media have won.
“Well let’s just see who is right,” he intoned. “You know, what are you going to do? You’ll see in the end who is right, okay? You just watch it. Okay? And we will see who is right. In the end, I’m always right.”
Trump went on to call the media suspicious and said it will be a relief to meet with other world leaders at the G20 summit at the end of June, without the press in the room.
“I’m going to meet with Putin at the G20 summit. I will meet with President Xi at the G20 summit. I’m going to have a meeting with many of the leaders of the G20,” he said.
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“Well, I guess it’s easier [when the press was in the room], because you people are so suspicious, so it’s probably better, would you like to be in the room?” Trump asked CNN’s April Ryan. “I can imagine you would be. I think it is probably easier if we trust the people in the room, because people, nothing.”
This was not the first time Trump had a heated exchange of words with a CNN personality. The President is known for duel with CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta on the question of border security and immigration, particularly during his press conference after the 2018 midterm elections, when Acosta refused to surrender the mic.
The G20 summit will be held in Osaka, Japan from June 28. on the 29.