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08 March 2018, 01:25 | Rufus Hill
Donald Trump: No chaos in White House
President Donald Trump said Tuesday that Russian Federation had "no impact on our votes" in the 2016 presidential contest but vowed to combat any attempts to meddle in the 2018 midterms.
United States officials said this year that although Russian hackers infiltrated election systems, no votes were found to have been manipulated or altered.
Trump again said he believes Russian Federation interfered in the 2016 race, but he again said other countries or individuals also could have tried to interfere.
At a press conference with Swedish Prime Minister Kjell Stefan Löfven, Trump took a question about what both countries could do to ensure election integrity in 2018.
The indictment prompted a wave of partisan finger-pointing, as Republicans accused former President Barack Obama's administration of having been too soft on Russian Federation, while Democrats excoriated President Donald Trump's administration for not taking decisive steps to punish or repudiate Moscow's efforts to interfere in an American election.
"They can do whatever they like, but if they do that, then we put a big tax of 25 percent on their cars, and believe me, they won't be doing it very long", Trump said.
"One of the things were learning is it is always good - its old-fashioned, but its always good to have a paper backup system of voting". "The European Union has not treated us well, and it's been a very, very unfair trade situation".
President Donald Trump denied Tuesday that his White House was struggling to recruit talented staff, insisting a wealth of potential hires "want a piece of the West Wing".
Flake said it was tough to dissuade Trump because the president "keeps coming back like a homing pigeon on trade deficits". Not highly complex computers. "Because even they say, right now, they say, "We can't believe we've gotten away". "I like watching it, I like seeing it". But Trump didn't budge on his position for steel and aluminum tariffs in a meeting between the two leaders - but he at least reassured his European ally that any tariffs would be implemented in a "very loving way".
Trump downplayed the risks of a trade war on Tuesday, and said his proposals wouldn't be draconian.
Trump said there will be people that always change.
"No, because we'll counteract whatever they do", Trump said, going on to encourage states to include an analog backup to avoid attempts to hack electronic systems.
President Donald Trump has welcomed Sweden's prime minister to the White House. "Everybody wants to work for me", he said.
"One of the reasons I was elected is I am protecting our workers". Warmbier died shortly after being returned to the U.S. The U.S. has no formal diplomatic relations with North Korea.
"If the President decides, and the key actors decide they want us to help out, we'll be there", he said. "They're going to a paper backup and I think that's a great idea".
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