2. SOUNDBITE (English) US President Donald Trump, speaking about Russian sanctions
"Well, I hear a call was set up Steve and We'll see what happens as far as the sanctions, very early to be talking about that. But, we look to have a great relationship with all countries, ideally. That won't necessarily happen. Unfortunately that won't happen with many countries. But, if we can have, as we do with Prime MInister May and the relationship we've all developed and even the short relationship that we've just developed just by being with each other... have lunch... we've really had some very interesting talks, some very productive talks... But if we can have a great relationship with Russia and with China and with all the other countries, I'm all for that. That would be a tremendous asset. No guarantees, but if we can, that would be a positive, not a negative."
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4. SOUNDBITE (English) Theresa May, British Prime Minister
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"As far as the UK is concerned on sanctions for Russia in relations to their activities in the Ukraine, we have been very clear that we want to see the Minsk agreement fully implemented, we believe the sanctions should continue until we see the Minsk agreement fully implemented. And we've been continuing to argue that inside the European Union."
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6. . SOUNDBITE (English) US President Donald Trump:
"We have a great general who has just been appointed secretary of defense, Gen. James Mattis, and he has stated publicly that he does not necessarily believe in torture or waterboarding or however you want to define it. Enhanced interrogation I guess is what a lot of words... a lot of people would like to use. I don't necessarily agree, but I would tell you that he would override because I'm giving him that power. He's the expert, he's highly respected, he's the general's general. Got through the Senate very quickly -- which in this country is not easy, I will tell you. So, I'm going to rely on him. I happen to feel that it does work. I've been open about that for a long period of time, but I am going with our leaders."
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8. . SOUNDBITE (English) US President Donald Trump:
"But, I will say that we had a very good call. I have been very strong on Mexico, I have great respect for Mexico, I love the Mexican people, I work with the Mexican people all the time -- great relationship. But, as you know, Mexico with the United States has out-negotiated us, has beat us to a pulp though our past leaders. They've made us look foolish. We have a trade deficit of 60 billion dollars with Mexico."
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10. . SOUNDBITE (English) US President Donald Trump:
"I can often tell how I get along with someone very early, and I think we're going to have a fantastic relationship. Brexit -- and I really don't change my position very much. If you go back and look, my position on trade has been solid for many, many years -- since I was a very young person talking about how we were getting ripped off by the rest of the world. I never knew I would be in this position where we can actually do something about it."
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12. . SOUNDBITE (English) US President Donald Trump:
"I think Brexit's going to be a wonderful thing for your country. I think when it irons out you're going to have your own identity and you're going to have the people that you want in your country, and you're going to be able to make free trade deals without having somebody watching you and what you're doing."