Chinese Media: Trump Election Allegations 'Crazy Talk,' 'Creative Strategy'

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He said: "Regrettably we find China has been trying to interfere in our upcoming 2018 election and against my administration".

For the first time, President Donald Trump is calling to order a meeting of the U.N. Security Council for a meeting on countering nuclear, chemical and biological weapons. "We are winning at every level", he said, veering off course in a meeting that was supposed to be about proliferation concerns.

US President Donald Trump accused China of meddling with the mid-term Congressional elections in November because of hardline stance on trade.

Asked how he could call Xi a friend while China is meddling in US elections, Trump said: "Maybe he's not anymore".

Mr Trump said China did not want his Republican party to do well in the upcoming elections because he would continue imposing tariffs.

President Donald Trump is claiming credit for saving the rebel-held Syrian stronghold of Idlib from a Russian-backed offensive that could have resulted in thousands of deaths and a humanitarian crisis. Several countries, however, including China, India and Turkey have indicated they are not willing to entirely cut their Iranian energy purchases.

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In light of three women coming forward over allegations of sexual assault surrounding the President's nominee for the US Supreme Court, Trump described the events as a "big, fat con job".

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"China has all along followed the principle of noninterference in other countries' domestic affairs", Wang said.

In this model, USA firms also invest less and hire fewer workers, which amplifies the negative effect. "However, these negative effects are more than compensated by gains in China's net export position: the United States imports fewer Chinese goods, but that is cushioned by trade diversion to third countries; where Chinese exporters gain market share at the expense of USA exporters".

CGTN's Nathan King filed this report from the United Nations headquarters in NY.

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The unprecedented disclosure of Chinese election interference comes as the United States and China are locked in a trade war.

The US president has been in an escalating trade dispute with China in recent months.

Mr Trump has himself previously claimed on his Twitter feed that China "are actively trying to impact and change our election by attacking our farmers, ranchers and industrial workers due to their loyalty to me". Trump appeared briefly flustered, then smiled and said it was not the reaction he expected "but that's all right".

During a briefing to White House reporters Wednesday afternoon, a senior administration official said Beijing has been using "political, economic, commercial, military and informational tools to benefit the interest of the Chinese Communist Party" in ways that go beyond how countries normally engage with each other. "This is a tradition of Chinese foreign policy", Wang said. "I think he is preventing, or at least holding off, a near-term war with China-actual conventional war with China", Fleming said.

"We do not and will not interfere in any countries in domestic affairs". "So when I see it, I view it differently than somebody sitting home watching television where they say, 'Oh, Judge Kavanaugh this or that.' It's happened to me many times".

"By contrast, China would gain by exporting more to third countries where USA goods are subject to tariffs, although that slight gain would be temporary and partly offset by a negative effect on confidence". A Chinese official said China can not hold talks on ending the trade dispute while the US "holds a knife" to Beijing's neck by hiking tariffs. "I've noticed that other nations have also incurred certain diplomatic wrath out of Beijing for sailing their ships through".

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