US Midterms: International leaders react to election results

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US Midterms: International leaders react to election results
Is u.s. midterm results World in early Tuesday morning, Donald Trump clean, a big victory, siding congratulations from friendly foreign Nations, specifically on trade deals, but for us allies in Europe. The midterm outcome likely bring the trepidation with Trump’s domestic agenda, potentially blocked by democrats in the House of Representatives. The president could double down on Executive foreign policy initiatives, including the trade conflict that has Royal us relationships abroad and his unilateral withdrawal from the pair climate agreement. Germany, in particular noted the importance of the transatlantic relationship but said that the response to Trump’s America First policies must be Europe United, which also means investing more into our own ability to act. That applies when it’s about fighting back punitive tariffs and apply to security issues or the fight against climate change was Deputy. Prime Minister Matteo salvini congratulated Trump with whom he shares nationalist anti-immigrant leanings on Republican gains in the Senate. Us rival, Russia remaining pessimistic on its relationship with Washington at the US announces new cell, send over the poisoning of a Russian double agent in the UK and As Trump withdraws from a long-standing nuclear weapons treaty. On Wednesday of Kremlin spokesman said, its relationship with the US is unchanged by the midterms, because it couldn’t get any worse than it already is, but Theory could soon be tested with Democrats in control of the house special counsel, Robert Mueller will have crucial backup, as he Intensifies his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election that brought Trump to power.
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As US midterm results rolled in early Tuesday morning…Trump tweet Donald Trump claimed a Big Victory — citing congratulations from friendly foreign nations, specifically on trade deals.But for US allies in Europe, the midterm outcome likely brings a sense of trepidation. With Trump’s domestic agenda potentially blocked by Democrats in the House of Representatives, the President could double down on executive foreign policy initiatives.Including the trade conflict that has roiled US relationships abroad and his unilateral withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement.Germany noted the importance of the transatlantic relationship – but said that the response to Trump’s ‘America First’ policies must be “Europe United.”GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER, HEIKO MAAS, SAYING:We Europeans must cooperate even more closely which also means investing more into our own ability to act. That applies when it’s about fighting back punitive tariffs and it applies to security issues or the fight against climate change.”Italy’s populist deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini congratulated Trump – with whom he shares nationalist, anti-immigrant leanings – on Republican gains in the Senate.US rival Russia, remaining pessimistic on its relationship with Washington as the US announces new sanctions over the poisoning of a Russian double agent in the UK and as Trump withdraws from a longstanding nuclear weapons treaty.On Wednesday a Kremlin spokesman said its relationship with the US is unchanged by the midterms – because it couldn’t get any worse than it already is.But that theory could soon be tested – with Democrats in control of the house, Special Counsel Robert Mueller will have crucial backup as he intensifies his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election that brought Trump to power.

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