Jul 16 2018
President Donald Trump called the European Union a "foe" of the United States in an interview that aired Sunday.
"I think the European Union is a foe, what they do to us on trade", Trump said when asked by CBS News' Jeff Glor who he thought the country's biggest competitor is.
He added: "You wouldn't think of the European Union, but they're a foe".
Asked who he considers to be the biggest foes of the United States, Trump cited the European Union and its trade practices before mentioning Russian Federation and China - a fact the reporter doing the interview immediately noticed.
When CBS News host Jeff Glor asked him to identify his "biggest foe globally right now", Trump said the European Union, as well as Russian Federation "in certain respects" and China "economically".
"China is a foe economically, certainly they are a foe", he told CBS.
"It doesn't mean anything", he continued.
"That doesn't mean they are bad".
Mr Trump repeated his previous assertion that the European Union has "really taken advantage of us on trade".
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Several police officers were slightly injured in the scuffles, Chief Waller said, and some squad cars were damaged. Chicago's Civilian Office of Police Accountability is investigating the shooting, according to the Tribune .
Juan Martin Del Potro scraps past Simon to set up Nadal clash
The 36-year-old is also on a streak of 32 consecutive sets won at the tournament, just two off his record. If his big serve - which has blasted 96 aces in four matches - kicks in, Federer could be in trouble.
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England captain Harry Kane celebrates scoring a goal against Colombia at the Football World Cup in Russian Federation . That included Dier himself, who sought to involve himself in the melee of England players on the Moscow pitch.
"Nevertheless, Germany owes vast sums of money to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and the United States must be paid more for the powerful, and very expensive, defense it provides to Germany", Trump said in a two-tweet statement after meeting with Merkel for the first time in March 2017.
Asked before his trip to last week's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit if Russian President Vladimir Putin is a friend or foe, Trump told reporters, "I really can't say right now".
"No, I look at them all", Trump responded.
In fact, Trump's father was born in New York City.
He later gave an interview to British tabloid The Sun where he publically criticized British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit negotiation strategy as she hosted him. And, you know, I love those countries.
John Bolton, Trump's national security adviser, said in an interview with ABC's "This Week" that the United States would not be looking for "deliverables" and that the meeting would be "unstructured", beginning with a one-on-one session between the two leaders. His grandfather Frederick Trump was born in Germany. Trump arrived in Helsinki on Sunday evening after spending the day playing golf at his private club in Scotland. "I want to tell you".
During last week's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels, Trump repeatedly criticized other member countries for failing to spend more on defence, and openly questioned the alliance's goal. "Because it's like, what, are they waving a white flag?"
Trump is due to meet with Putin in Helsinki for a summit on Monday.
Jul 16 2018
John Giles: 'If Pogba has seen the light, France will win'
Here's a look at what's coming up at the World Cup , which is down to its last two matches: the third-place game Saturday in St. Petersburg between Belgium and England , and the final the following day in Moscow between France and Croatia .
Jul 16 2018
Tesla hits 200,000 U.S. sales, tax credit phase-out to commence
Tesla raised prices on its Model S and Model X by amounts between $20,000 and $30,000, depending on the model. Securities and Exchange Commission alleging the company has misled investors and put its customers at risk.
Jul 15 2018
Protesters refused permission to fly Trump baby blimp at Holyrood
Mr Trump went on to say Mr Johnson, who quit as foreign secretary over the Chequers plan, was "a great representative for your country".
Jul 14 2018
Nishikori predicts Wimbledon 'war' with Djokovic
I'm sure he's in good shape again. "You're saying in the point if I toss my racket like this I'm ruining the court?" Open in 2014, where he reached the final in his best ever performance at a Grand Slam.
Jul 14 2018
Anderson has his work cut out against Isner in Wimbledon semifinal
The length of the first semifinal means that Djokovic's matchup with Nadal will be played under the lights on Centre Court. It will be the second Grand Slam final for Anderson, who reached the final of the US Open past year to Rafael Nadal .
Jul 13 2018
Netflix captures most Emmy nods title from HBO
If he wins this year, he'll tie Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul for the most wins in the Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category. Diana Rigg's turn as Olenna Tyrell in the series has seen her nominated for Guest Actress in a Drama Series.
Jul 10 2018
Apple Music Passes Spotify in Total U.S. Subscriber Numbers
Spotify still leads outside of the USA , tallying 75 million subscribers as part of its first earnings report in May. Apple is likely to draw about US 27 million users by the end of the year, with Spotify expected to have 24 million.
Jul 10 2018
Trump admin wants more time to reunite migrant children with their families
The process takes about a week, he said in the declaration, though it can take longer to complete verification. Ordinarily, the Office of Refugee Resettlement only uses DNA testing as a "last resort", White said.
Jul 06 2018
These Democrats want to abolish ICE
But Republicans are making a big push to convince voters that's exactly what Democrats do mean when they call for abolishing ICE . Bernie Sanders dodged the question, saying only that he wanted to "create policies that deal with immigration in a rational way".
Jul 04 2018
Two NU alumnae on Trump's shortlist for Justice Kennedy replacement
The White House is getting its team in place for the confirmation process for President Donald Trump's next Supreme Court pick. Trump said he expects to meet with two or three additional candidates, and that an announcement is planned for next Monday.
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