Trump says 'things will work out fine' between United States and Russian Federation

  • Trump says 'things will work out fine' between United States and Russian Federation

Trump says 'things will work out fine' between United States and Russian Federation

The weekend just wouldn't be complete unless we had an early morning tweetstorm from President Donald Trump.

Later in the week, the US Treasury Department did not label China a currency manipulator in its semi-annual report on global currency practices. "USA" the president tweeted last week.

On the other hand, Huckabee said Trump acted swiftly and sent the message to Assad and Russian Federation that the United States will not tolerate the use of chemical weapons.

"Why would I call China a currency manipulator when they are working with us on the North Korean problem?" he wrote on Twitter.

"Russia is vitally interested in the stability on the post-Soviet area", Putin said.

Since the president took office, North Korea has conducted five missile tests and launched eight ballistic missiles. He promised to label the country a currency manipulator on Day One of his administration. The US has blamed the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, a close ally of Russian Federation, for the attack.

Trump recently hosted Chinese President Xi Jinping at Trump's Florida resort, and on Thursday hailed Xi as a "terrific person" and a "very special man".

"They're not currency manipulators", Trump told the The Wall Street Journal in an interview.

On Wednesday, Trump said that the United States "is not getting along with Russian Federation at all".

"I have great confidence that China will properly deal with North Korea".

For Trump, it's a dramatic reversal from his repeated campaign pledges to forge a new U.S.

Sestanovich said new USA policies will be needed to prompt new Russian responses. Trump, like Obama before him, insists the system's sole goal is to protect against the North. Beijing isn't so sure, and doesn't like such sophisticated radar being able to peer into Chinese territory.