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Trump says farmers will be better off after trade dispute

Trump says farmers will be better off after trade dispute

He also has a gripe with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, who owns the Washington Post newspaper, which the president accuses of posting fake news.

Some Guard members will be armed if they are placed in potential danger, Abbott said, adding he wanted to downplay speculation that "our National Guard is showing up with military bayonets trying to take on anybody that's coming across the border, because that is not their role".

Mr Trump has said he wants to use the military at the border until progress is made on his proposed border wall, which has mostly stalled in Congress.

On Sunday, the White House confirmed that North Korea had told the United States it was willing to discuss the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.

Reuters reports that sources close to the Trump administration have said that a plan to apply higher emissions requirements to imported cars could be on the table, although the White House has yet to comment.

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The communications, still at a preliminary stage, have involved State Department officials talking to North Korea, apparently through its United Nations mission, and intelligence officers from both sides using a separate back channel, the official said. "I don't think it's in America's interest". "I think the limited, very precise nature of what the president did and the basis on which he did it was important".

"We're close to finishing a deal with South Korea, which was a frightful deal", he said.

If we go back to September 2016, we may discover that the entire comment from candidate Trump was: "If I win (the election), I don't want to broadcast to the enemy exactly what my plan is - unless that porn star I had sex with starts talking and my attorney's office is raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation." . But then he returned to his new positivity: "But we have a chance to make a deal on NAFTA".

The two sides announced last month that they reached an agreement "in principle" to further open South Korea's auto market to the U.S. in exchange for South Korea's exemption from new U.S. tariffs on steel imports. "And we have a long way to go, but we've made a tremendous progress".

South Korea has been keen to lower tensions on the peninsula and some fear that it could bend to Pyongyang's demands. "We have a pretty broad authority", said Censky, who was previously the head of the soybean association that's now protesting the administration's stance toward China.