Trump Warns China

The U.S. President Donald Trump issued a warning against China on Thursday. He said he may act on his threats after the reports suggested that China has been providing oil to North Korea.

“If they don’t help us with North Korea, then I can do what I’ve always said I want to do,” told the U.S. President to New York Times.

Trump has been repeatedly warning China against what White House deemed as unfair trade practices. He outlined the Asian giant needs to provide more help to the U.S.

The U.S. President has adopted more aggressive approach toward China on Thursday than before. He also tweeted that they will not be able to arrive at a friendly solution if China continues to help Pyongyang.

Speaking in an impromptu interview with Times at the Trump International Golf Club in Florida, Trump suggested that there should be a fair treatment in an investigation about interference of Russia in 2016 presidential elections.

Commenting on the role of special counsel Robert Mueller, who is leading the probe, Trump opined that he will be fair.

He added, “The probe makes the country look very bad, and it puts the country in a very bad position. So, the sooner it’s worked out, the better it is for the country.”

The U.S. President also talked about the healthcare sector in the country and loss of Republican Roy S. Moore in Alabama. In addition, he also stated he is confidence about clinching the second term as a president.

He outlined the reason for gaining another term is newspapers, television, and all forms of media will go down if he is not there. He believes their ratings will drop to the ground without him.