President Trump told FOX Business’ Lou Dobbs on Wednesday that efforts by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to fund research in attempt to smear his presidential candidacy is “disgraceful.”
“Don’t forget Hillary Clinton totally denied this. She didn’t know anything. She knew nothing. All of a sudden they found out. What I was amazed at, it’s almost $6 million that they paid and it’s totally discredited, it’s a total phony. I call it fake news. It’s disgraceful. It’s disgraceful, Trump said on “Lou Dobbs Tonight.”
During the interview broadcast on Wednesday’s edition of the Fox Business Network’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” President Trump stated that in order to turn NAFTA into a fair deal, it has to be terminated.
Trump said, “I tell my people, I say right now it’s going to be very hard. And in my opinion, in order to make a fair deal with NAFTA, you have to terminate the deal and you have see where you’re going to come, and we’ll come out. But I think you have to give them — to make a fair deal and a great deal — and you see what’s going on, we’re being very tough and we’re being very fair. But we have to get back a lot. What’s happened to this country with NAFTA is unbelievable, the jobs that have been taken, the factories that are moving out of Michigan, out of Ohio, out of Pennsylvania, out of our states is incredible. So, what are the chances? I think the chances ultimately, are good. But right now, I think my people are going to have to get tougher, and I told them that.”
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Hillary Clinton recently slammed new reports of her ties to Russia’s nuclear energy deals, claiming the corruption allegations have been “debunked repeatedly.”
The former secretary of state said on C-SPAN Monday that “It’s the same baloney they’ve been peddling for years, and there’s been no credible evidence by anyone.”
Trump said the Clinton camp is now trying to backtrack from the dossier that contained allegations that the Russian government had collected compromising information about Trump and that the Kremlin was engaged in an active effort to assist his presidential campaign.
“It is very interesting. She denied it. Her own people denied it. Everybody and now they are sort of scooting around trying to figure out what to say,” he said.
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