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Confusion to Tweet : Trump wants to take back new sanctions against North Korea

US President Donald Trump has made a statement on sanctions against North Korea for confusion. Trump wrote on Friday on Twitter: "The U.S. Treasury Department

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Confusion to Tweet : Trump wants to take back new sanctions against North Korea

US President Donald Trump has made a statement on sanctions against North Korea for confusion. Trump wrote on Friday on Twitter: "The U.S. Treasury Department today announced that additional extensive penalties will be added to the already existing sanctions against North Korea." He had arranged this Friday, these additional sanctions to take back, re-wrote Trump. It was the first, but it is not clear what the President was referring to exactly.

The U.S. Department of the Treasury had not imposed on Friday, but a day earlier, on Thursday, imposed sanctions on two Chinese shipping companies, which North Korea is supposed to have assisted in the circumvention of international sanctions. Observers evaluated these sanctions are not as extensive in comparison to the punitive measures against North Korea in force.

Whether Trump said, however, these indirect - North-Korea-sanctions from the previous day, was initially unclear. The U.S. Treasury Department has not responded to a request. A statement from the White house brought no clarity: spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said only: "President Trump like Chairman Kim, and he thinks that these sanctions will be necessary". The U.S. television network CNN reported, several employees of the White house have their surprise about the Tweet made known to, and were unsure what was meant by that.

opposition From the Democrats criticism of trump's decision came immediately. The Chairman of the intelligence Committee in the house of representatives, Adam Schiff, said that Trump had removed from his own National security adviser, was in favour of sanctions, "because he loves Kim''". "Stupid naivety is dangerous enough," wrote the ship on Twitter. "Blatant incompetence and disarray in the White house make it even worse."

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Trumps security adviser John Bolton had said on Thursday on Twitter that the sanctions were directed against the "forbidden shipping methods" of North Korea. China had protested against the sanctions and declared that all the resolutions of the UN security Council to North Korea's nuclear and missile program.

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at the end of February, a second summit meeting between Kim and Trump in Vietnam, surprisingly, without a Declaration of intent at the end. The sanctions announced by the US Treasury on Thursday, were the first U.S. criminal to take measures with a view to North Korea, since that failed. (dpa, AFP)

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