We're ready to fight any midterm election meddling

Posted March 08, 2018

President Donald Trump today said that the U.S. which has almost United States dollars 800 billion deficit with other countries is ready for a trade war with them, if they retaliated against his decision to impose 25 per cent import tariff on steel and 10 per cent on aluminum.

A week ago, Adm. Mike Rogers - director of the National Security Agency and Cyber Command chief - told a congressional panel that he has not been granted the authority by Trump to disrupt Russian election hacking operations where they originate.

"But certainly there was meddling and probably from other countries and maybe other individuals".

"The United States has been taken advantage of by other countries, both friendly and not so friendly", Trump said, singling out the European Union in particular, saying barriers on trade made it hard for USA goods to enter the bloc.

As to whether he is anxious about Russian interference in the 2018 elections, "No", said Trump.

"We're doing a very very deep study and we'e coming with some. very strong suggestions on the '18 election". "And one of the things we're learning it is always good - it's old-fashioned - but it's always good to have a paper backup system of voting". Well counteract it very strongly. Trump said his statements on this is not new.

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"You don't want your system of votes to be compromised in any way and we won't allow that to happen", Trump said. Not highly complex computers.

The question had been about President Trump's tweet earlier in the day, confirming that he did want to see some change in his administration, and whether that might include Attorney General Jeff Sessions or others in the Cabinet. "I don't think this is a threat to our national security".

Asked if he was disappointed with Trump, Putin told state TV that he had no such feeling, adding he had a very positive impression of Trump, whom he met on the sidelines of global summits previous year.

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"I am convinced that increased tariffs will hurt us all in the long run", Löfven said during a bilateral press conference with Trump in the East Room of the White House.

"I really believe they are honest".

Unlike the United States, Sweden has a diplomatic relationship with North Korea. "And they can do whatever they like, but if they do that then we put a big tax on 25% on their cars".

"When we're behind on every single country, trade wars aren't so bad, you know what I mean?"

"They'll like us better, and they will respect us much more", he said.

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