Published: Wed, September 26, 2018
Worldwide | By Angelina Lucas

Trump accuses China of election 'meddling'

Trump accuses China of election 'meddling'

With the elections less than two months away, US intelligence officials have said they are not now seeing the intensity of Russian intervention registered in 2016 but are particularly concerned about activity by Russia, China, Iran and North Korea.

President Trump chairs a meeting on Iran with the 15-member council in New York City.

"Regrettably, we found that China has been attempting to interfere in our upcoming 2018 election - coming up in November - against my administration", President Trump said Wednesday at a meeting of the U.N. Security Council.

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he wanted a two-state solution to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the clearest expression yet of his administration's support for such an outcome.

Trump's focus on China and his allegation of election meddling came as a surprise during a formal meeting around the Security Council's iconic horseshoe, which was expected to concentrate on the spread of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons.

This is not the first time Trump has accused China of what he calls election interference. Unlike many other news organizations, we have not put up a paywall.

"I received everything that I asked for regarding the recent events vis a vis Russia", Netanyahu said.

Trump spoke first and, within minutes, trained his sights on Syria, Iran and Russian Federation.

Last week, Moscow and Ankara reached a deal to avoid a regime offensive against Idlib, the last major rebel-held stronghold in Syria. "China's market distortions and the way they deal can not be tolerated".

"Those days are over, we will no longer tolerate such abuse", Trump said.

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Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May (C) and French President Emmanuel Macron voiced support for 2015 Iran nuclear deal, in their speeches.

US President Donald Trump believes a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would "work best".

'We're working along on that, ' he said sitting across from Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. "But I think two-state solution works best", he added, motioning to Mr Netanyahu, who did not respond.

The Palestinians see in these statements tea leaves of a plan that will attempt to redefine the terms of their cause, in which they seek sovereignty and independence from Israel in a two-state solution - a term the administration has yet to use.

The head of the recently closed Palestine Liberation Organisation mission in Washington said Mr Trump's comments alone were not enough to bring the Palestinians back to the negotiating table.

The president belittled the North Korean despot Kim Jong Un at the UN in 2017, dubbing him a "Rocket Man" before threatening to annihilate his country.

"There is no credible alternative to the two-state solution".

"Many things are happening behind the scenes away from the media which nobody knows, but they are happening nevertheless and they are happening in a very positive way".

All of those sanctions will be "in full force by early November", Trump said.

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