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President Donald Trump chuan US rorelna ĩn 2-in Russia hrek belh tura an pass tak bill chu dan, law ni turin a hming a ziah hnan ta. He dan President-in a sign takah hian Iran leh North Korea hrek belhna pawh a tel a ni.

He dan siam hian America ram hi democracy ram a nih angin President hian a nawm amakin a duh duhin ro a rel thei lo a ni tih a lantir chiang hle a ni.

US roreltute hian Donald Trump-a’n Russia hrekna a hlip ang tih an hlau hliah hliah a, Russia hrekna awmsa aia na hrekna bill an pass a, US President Donald Trump hian a hming a ziahhnan lo thei ta lo a ni.

He bill hi a dik ziktluak lo lai a awm a, chute chung chuan US President hian a pawmpui lo thei ta lo a ni.

Donald Trump chuan, he dan hi dik ziktluak lo mahse, ram leh hnam inpumkhatna atan ka hming a ziahhnan a ngai a ni, a ti a, he dan hian America mipuite duh dan a lantir a, Russia hian America ram nen inlaichinna ţha a awm theih nan mawhphurhna lian tak a nei a ni tih a lantir bawk a ni, a ti bawk a ni.

A sawi zelnaah Donald Trump chuan, Company lian leh ropui tak ka din thei a, hei hi US presidenta thlan tlin ka nihna chhan pawh a ni a, US roreltute Congress ai hian America ram hmasawnna atan ram dangte nen indawrna kan nei thei tih hi ka chiang em em a, Congress hian kum 7 chhungin Amerida khua leh tuite tan damdawi inenkawlna ţha healthcare bill pawh an sawi fel hlei thei lo a ni, a ti.

He Russia hrekna dan thar thungrulhna atan hian Russia chuan Russia rama US embassy leh consulates-a thawk US mi leh sa 755 te chu a hnawtchhuak ve ta bawk a ni.


President Donald Trump has signed into a law a bill which imposes new sanctions on Russia for their alleged meddling in the 2016 election.

The bill, which was signed in private at the White House, also imposes sanctions on Iran and North Korea.

The legislation “handcuffs” the president from easing penalties on Russia without congressional approval.

Russia denies interfering in the US election, and Mr Trump has denied colluding with Russia.

In signing the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act, Mr Trump attached a statement calling the sanctions “deeply flawed”.

He accused Congress, which last week overwhelmingly passed the measure and sent it to the White House, of overstepping its constitutional authority.

“Yet despite its problems, I am signing this bill for the sake of national unity,” Mr Trump’s statement says, adding that “it represents the will of the American people to see Russia take steps to improve relations with the United States”.

“I built a truly great company worth many billions of dollars. That is a big part of the reason I was elected,” he continued.

“As president, I can make far better deals with foreign countries than Congress,” he said, adding that they “could not even negotiate a healthcare bill after seven years of talking”.

Russia had already retaliated by ordering 755 people expelled from the country’s US embassy and consulates.

The sanctions, which are also in response to Russia’s annexation of Crimea, come months after President Barack Obama expelled 35 Russian diplomats.

Republican Senator Lindsey Graham praised the bill after it passed, pointing out that Mr Trump’s options were limited since there were enough votes to overcome a presidential veto.

“President Putin did something that nobody in America could do. He united the congress,” he told CNN.

Senior Russian parliamentarian Konstantin Kosachev said that Mr Trump was “capitulating” by not standing up to Congress.


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