President Donald Trump on Monday vowed to reject any dirt on his 2020 opponents that originates in a foreign country, just a week after his personal attorney canceled a trip to Ukraine allegedly to search for just that.
Trump also threatened to slap tariffs on even more Chinese-made goods as the two economic powerhouses barreled toward a full-scale trade war as markets around the globe dropped significantly.
“Well, I never did use [it]. As you probably know, that’s what the Mueller report was all about. They said, ‘No collusion,’” Trump told reporters. “And I would certainly agree to that. I don’t need it. All I need is the opponents that I’m looking at. I’m liking what I see.”…
During the 2016 campaign, Trump used part of a televised press conference to urge Russia to locate missing emails from a private server Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton used as secretary of state under former President Barack Obama. And he frequently praised Wikileaks for releasing Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee emails during the election.