The Trump administration is ignoring a deadline for sanctions towards Russia — almost two months after the President grudgingly signed the penalties into regulation.
Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Ben Cardin (D-Md.) stated in a joint assertion Wednesday that the White Home has “had loads of time to get their act collectively” after blowing off an Oct. 1 deadline to determine Kremlin-linked targets.
The sanctions are a part of a invoice that had close to unanimous help in Congress meant to pressure Trump into punishing Russia for meddling within the presidential election, one thing he continues to disclaim.
“We will’t let anyone mess around with our voters within the voter system, however I’ve to inform you this . . . Russia was an excuse utilized by the Democrats once they misplaced the election,” Trump informed Fox Information’ Sean Hannity on Wednesday.
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