Domenica, 04 Dicembre, 2016

Trump Calls "Failing" New York Times A "Jewel" He Respects

Mr Trump has long accused the New York Times of being unfair to him Mr Trump has long accused the New York Times of being unfair to him
Rufina Vignone | 02 Dicembre, 2016, 13:04

And he said Tuesday he might make Kushner, an Orthodox Jew, a special envoy to help broker peace in the Middle East.

Trump then: In a March interview with the Washington Post's editorial board, he said, "I think there's a change in weather".

"A president of course can have a conflict of interest", said Painter, who was President George W. Bush's chief ethics lawyer.

Secretary of State spokesperson Fred Woodhams has said it's unlikely that Trump's lead over Clinton would be reversed.

"I was very impressed by that answer", Trump said.

"I'm looking at it very closely", Trump said when asked about the Paris accord, which India has signed and ratified as has most of the word, including the US.

Conway suggested Trump's new posture is aimed at Republicans in Congress who have relentlessly investigated the former secretary of state, including whether classified information passed through her private email server and how she acted in connection with the deadly raid on the USA compound in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans. Carson is expected to respond after the holiday.

The property tycoon is said to be now worth $3.7bn (£3bn) by Forbes magazine, with more than 500 different enterprises in his business empire.

Chants of "lock her up" were common at the GOP Presidential nominee's campaign rallies, where he repeatedly used to call his Democratic rival "Crooked Hillary".

President-elect Donald Trump changed his tune on several topics - among them climate change and prosecuting Hillary Clinton - in statements on Tuesday to The New York Times and on Twitter.

After meeting Mr Obama following his election victory, Mr Trump told The New York Times he "liked him a lot".

During the presidential campaign, Trump vowed he would appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the former secretary of state after the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department decided against prosecuting Clinton for her use of a private email server while serving in the Obama administration.

Secondly, the Clinton probe in congress is far from over.

When asked if he was anxious he could wake up in three years time and find himself accused of having governed more in the style of Paul Ryan than Donald Trump, he used the "Rust Belt" areas of the U.S. knocked by the decline of the industrial sector as an example of his determination to do a good job instead of being concerned with how he is perceived.

But some of his conservative supporters strongly disagreed.

He said that the issues have been investigated "ad nauseum" and added that people could argue the Clinton Foundation has done "good work". - On pursuing criminal charges against the Clintons.

CBS' 60 Minutes. Justice Department investigations are historically conducted without the influence or input of the White House.

Then: "The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make USA manufacturing non-competitive". "I didn't know if I'd like him".

Billionaire US President-elect Donald Trump has said he is not obliged to cut ties to his business empire when he takes office on January 20.

There have been concerns raised about conflicts of interest since numerous businesses are subject to government actions in the USA and overseas. "I have an open mind to it".

"There's never been a case like this", he said.

Trump's licensing deals and other business interests have drawn renewed scrutiny since he was elected president on 8 November.

Asked about the "alt-right" Tuesday, the president-elect told the Times: "I don't want to energize the group, and I disavow the group".

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