Trump's mysterious 'calm before the storm' comment keeps everyone second-guessing

Donald Trump pronounced 'Puerto Rico' in such a strange way

Donald Trump pronounced 'Puerto Rico' in such a strange way

I'm wondering if there's any concern in the White House that the president's frequent use of the term "fake news" to describe mainstream outlets muddies the water a little bit and makes it harder for citizens to identify the actual fake news that the intelligence agencies have said countries like Russian Federation used to interfere in the last election.

"Not just the nuclear deal as bad behavior, but the ballistic missile testing, destabilizing of the region, Number One state sponsor of terrorism, cyber attacks, illicit nuclear program", Sanders continued. With his hand in that looping motion, he asks, "Do you know what this represents?"

President Donald Trump's cryptic comment as he posed for pictures with top military leaders Thursday is drawing scrutiny. "Fantastic people in this audience", Trump said.

President Trump grinned and winked on Friday when asked to explain his comment the night before that the USA could be in "the calm before the storm".

Both Iran and the US are working to defeat the Islamic State group (ISIS) in Iraq and Syria, but the USA role is limited to special forces on the ground and a coalition of air forces bombing the radical Islamist group. A third reporter again asked Trump what the "storm" was, to which Trump replied, "You'll find out".

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"We are also praying for the people of Puerto Rico".

"We're going to continue doing that. But we'll certainly keep you posted", Sanders said in response.

The White House also did not respond to questions on Pakistan, in particular the meeting that visiting Pakistan Foreign Minister Khwaja Asif had with the National Security Advisor H R McMaster.

"He certainly doesn't want to lay out his game plan for our enemies", Sanders said. "We're continuing to put maximum economic and diplomatic pressure on countries like north Korea".

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