Media reported on dissatisfaction with the trump of sanctions against Russia
The President of the United States Donald trump in private conversations with senators from the Republican party expressed their dissatisfaction with the sanctions against Russia. On Wednesday, August 23, writes Politico.
It is alleged that trump told the Chairman of the Committee on foreign Affairs Bob Corker, the bill on new sanctions against Russia is the wrong decision and is inconsistent with the Constitution of the country. Trump also told Corker that the bill will hurt his presidency. However, Corker assured trump that the bill will get in Congress support from representatives of both parties. “Trump was disappointed these words,” the source said Politico.
2 Aug trump has signed the law on new anti-Russian sanctions adopted by the us Senate on July 27. The document provides few restrictions regarding the possibility of funding for banks and oil companies under sanctions.
According to trump, the document contains “a number of clearly unconstitutional measures.” The statement also says that the provisions of the act violates the exclusive constitutional powers of the President in recognizing foreign governments. In addition, Congress gets the opportunity to change the law to bypass the process required by the Constitution. Also on the Executive the obligations imposed, which are contrary spelled out in the basic law the right of the President to determine the time, scope and objectives of international negotiations.