The President clearly expressed his position.
In the administration of the President of the United States expect that in the passed by the lower house of Parliament (Congress) a bill to expand sanctions against Russia, North Korea and Iran will be amended.
Only after the edits, the current version of the document, the President, Donald trump will be able to make a final decision to sign or not to sign it.
On Wednesday, July 26, 2017, said White house spokesman Sarah Sanders, Interfax reported.
“We expect that there is a possibility of making a change. We’ll see how it will look before you make the final decision”, – she said at a briefing in the White house.
However, she noted that “the White house, the President and the entire administration” support sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea.
As reported, on Tuesday, 25 July 2017, the house of representatives (Parliament), the United States adopted new sanctions against Russia. Voted 419 congressmen and only three opposed.
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