Earlier this week, President Trump met with the United Nations General Assembly and attended a meeting of the UN Security Council.
Trump told them that he is trying to lay the framework for a more peaceful and more just future for all.
After his Un meeting, Trump dropped a political bomb when he accused China of trying to meddle in America’s midterm elections.
He stated that the he is the first President to stand up to China on trade, so they want Trump and his supporters gone, including every other Republican running for officer or re-election this year.
(BBC) – China is attempting to “meddle” in the forthcoming US mid-term elections, President Donald Trump told world leaders during a UN meeting.
“They don’t want me or us to win because I am the first president to ever challenge China on trade,” Mr Trump said on Wednesday.
Mr Trump did not offer proof for his claim. China and the US have been in a battle over tariffs since his election.
The US congressional mid-terms are due to be held on 6 November.
“In my remarks yesterday to the United Nations General Assembly, I laid out my administration’s commitment to building a more just and peaceful future,” Mr Trump said, as he opened a meeting of the UN Security Council in New York…
A month ago, US National Security Adviser John Bolton said that not only is China a threat to the 2018 midterms but so is Russia, Iran and North Korea.
At that time, Bolton said that steps were being taken to try to prevent the election meddling by China and others.
In today’s world of cyberspace, it only seems natural that some countries will use whatever means possible to hurt or destroy their enemies and Donald Trump is definitely their enemy because he doesn’t cave in to their trade demands.
I can’t help but wonder if the US, or some in the US are not trying the same type of cyber-meddling in the election process of other countries.
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